In my dialect we say "memal" and "papaw" instead of grandpa and grandma. As far as I know, there is no standard way to write either word because Appalachian is mostly oral. Family members are kin or kin folk.
Oh, that algorithm again.. 'My grandfather has seven whit ducks' is clearly a typo..
This just reminds me of when moja dziadzio caught the geese at the park for photo ops with us grandkids
As "dziadzio" is a (diminutive) word for a grandfather, it's "mój dziadzio", with masculine "mój" :)
Please help. In this example, the noun is declined with the adjective (białych kaczek) while in one of the previous examples the noun did not (białych myszy). How come?
Both versions are genitive. Mysz has a different declension pattern than kaczka.
Thanks, alik1989! Gotta drill declination patterns... )