How do you say Juan and Maria have two fathers?
Here are the examples and they must be combined into one sentence. Juan tiene dos padres. Maria tiene dos padres.
Hi Pablo. Welcome to the forum. The word for "and" is "y" in Spanish and you'll need to put "tiene" into the plural form of "tienen."
Juan y Maria tienen dos padres.
"Juan y María tienen dos papás" Since "padres" in Spanish means "parents" (both mom and dad) and you want to say "fathers" the correct word is "papá" in its plural form "papás"
Hope it helps!
Grammatically, Marianne's answer certainly works. From the genetic point of view, Juan and, Maria can (considered jointly) have two (different) fathers but there is no way that Juan and, Maria can (considered separately) each have two (different) fathers. Each has one father (whether the same or different).
I think that would be- Ambos Juan y María tienen dos padres.