"Mike, is your grandmother Rania?"
Does that work?
The "correct" answer does not look right.
"Mike is Rania your grandmother." is not grammatical.
Please recheck this sentence.
no comma or question mark !
Same difference to say. Is your grandmother Rania.
Is your grandmother rania mike? .This should work.right?
"Is your grandmother Rania, Mike?" in Arabic is
هل جدّتك رانيا يا مايْك؟
But, I guess, in English, it has the similar meaning, right?
I wonder if you can say "hey Mike" I'm not losing a life over it
Just tired and the answer is no, but it should be accepted at the start of a sentence