I can't imagine that people would address their grandmothers as "maternal grandmother"! Sheesh! Also, in the previous sentence, which was about a maternal aunt, just "aunt" was accepted as correct!
Yeah, we wouldn't say that in English, but it's good to know the difference. You'd say "shimasaní" to your mother's mother, but never to your father's mother.
I call my half-Swedish grandmother farmor, which means "father mother", so the father's mother. It's just as natural to say this as grandma or something similar.
Is it possible to have audio support as well? I fear I am learning the wrong pronunciation
They're adding it! This exercise has audio now. :)
I just got it as a "type what you hear" question.
For me it said twice did it happen to anyone else
The female voice says everything twice. Once slowly, once up to speed.