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comment What is the common construction of questions spoken by native speakers of Spanish?
Well for starters the topic of the conversation are "the parents", not the mother only. Then it asks how they met each other, not how the mother met the father. So for instance, if you're talking specifically about your mother, I'd expect the sentence to be any of the examples you showed. However if you are talking about your parents or in other general topics, then the one with "Tus padres" sounds better.
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comment What is the common construction of questions spoken by native speakers of Spanish?
I'm also from Spain and option 2 sounds better, but the example in this answer sounds the best (although slightly different meaning)
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comment Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
@KefSchecter That's funny, since "El hacha" follows the commented rule.
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revised When is “Te quiero” used to mean “I love you?”"
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comment ¿Como se traduciría al español “crunch time”?
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