Madre can also be mama
Madre = mother.
Mum/Mom = mamá.
This is the perfect translation, as there are 2 different words in English, mother is more formal, and mum more affective, the same also happens in Spanish.
"Ni Madre" was typed instead of "M" in Mi Madre unfortunate typo.
It's not considered a typo, as "ni" is really a Spanish word, that does exist.
But in the context it is a typo.
Who else had an option that said bano madre (bathroom mother)
It's very similar to English
madre is also mother in spanish also mother in spanish is also mama
I like how this is level 3, and it's probably the easiest question so far.
How can the most simplest 2 word phrase be harder as Duo said "let's make this harder"