Student or Learner
- Mary's mother is Chinese.
- Mary's great grandmother was French. (her dad's grandmum was French)
a) Shall I say,
- "Mary is a mix."
- "Mary is a mix-blood."
- "Mary is mix-blooded."
- "Mary is a mix of French and Chinese."
- b)"Mary is mix-blooded of French and Chinese."
b) To be precise, shall I say,
- "Mary is a quarter mix of French."
Tks / ju
As a cultural comment, I would find it very odd and even uncomfortable to refer to "mixed blood" or "blood" in general. Your #4 sounds okay to me. You could refer to ancestry or heritage, but (with an American, at least) I'd not mention blood.
To be accurate, if her great-grandmother was French, she's 1/8 not 1/4.
Mary is mostly Chinese, with a bit of French in the mix -- a casual way to say it.