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    My aunt

    Hi guys,

    Please check this sentence. "My youngest aunty(youngest of all my aunts and my mother) lives in UK".

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    Re: My aunt

    Please reply friends.

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    Re: My aunt

    "My youngest aunt[y] lives in the UK" is correct. But your youngest aunt may be older than your mother.

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