This is confusing as heck
Actually I think this is a joke! And a funny one too. I am as confused as most of the students, haha!
These family lessons are just awful. They make no sense. Who soeaks like this?
"I am a son-in-law of my mother-in-law", isn't it right?
Parents-in-law is frequently shortened to in-laws. "I am my in-laws' daughter-in-law" should be accepted.
In Australia they are called "out-laws"
English grammar wrong. Again.
...shouldn't it be ....parents' in law...?
Yes. Duo is wrong.
It sounds wrong.
Could the English translation be,
I am the son in law OF my parents in law, instead?
when I read this, I have to think so carefully WHO I AM. Really!!! I
The sentence sounds strange for english. But i think the correct answer should be Parent's in law. not Parent in law's
Parent's-in-law or parents'-in-law,
The parent is the noun and does the possessing.
Agreed, in Australia, they are referred to in abbreviated form as in-laws.
Annnnd. I will repeat my last statement because it got me again. Parent's in law. and I agree the sentence does sound strange in English