Oof. No article before mio padre or mia madre, but counted wrong if I leave it off genitori.
Singular family members don't take an article with the possessive, but if there's more than one, the article is back in action!
Is it true that Italians refer to their parents sometimes just as "i miei"?
It is true, but it won't work here, we don't focus so much on slang.
What is the difference between 'i miei' and 'ai miei'?
the former is article (i) and possesive (miei) and the latter is preposition (a) + article (i) and possesive (it could be translated as "to my...")
Why is the answer given as "i miei genitori". I only have one set of parents so I would have thought it should be "miei genitori". Confused!
Agli amministratori: E' troppo chiedere di utilizzare il colore nero (scurissimo), invece dei colori grigi (sbiaditi)??? GRAZIE!
Why do you use the article, I, sometimes, as in I miei genitori mangiano riso, and in other instances you do not use the article?
Wrong solution offered: I miei mangiano riso
My parents = we