"¿Cómo se llama tu abuelo?"
Translation:What's your grandfather's name?
I did not use the tiles. But what I wrote was: "What is your grandfather's name?"
I only needed on "'s".
Was there an "is" ?
I suspect there was. And if there was why wasn't it used?
I tried "What do you call your grandfather" knowing that Cómo se llama usually means "what is the name....", but asking a person what they call a grand parent seems like a common question. Our grand daughter calls me 'granpa and my wife lita. SO how would a person ask the name they use for their grandparent?
There was, and still is, no tile for "is". sohp is correct, the question is unanswerable.
this is not impossible unless there is no what's. If there is none, just redo the question again at the end! (worked for me)
I was marked wrong for "What is your grandfather's name?" There was only one " 's," so it would be difficult to answer from the word bank Duolingo provides.
The first time i did this, it only gave me one s. However, the next time, it gave me an s and what's instead of what. It seems partially fixed, but still bugged.