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  • 1. Write down the term for the opposite sex? mum - dad  brother - sister  son - daughter  uncle - aunt  grandmother - grandfather  granddaughter - grandson  nephew - niece  wife - husband  boyfriend - girlfriend  cousin – cousin  brother-in-law- sister-in-law  step mother- step father  great-grandson great-granddaughter 
  • 2. The genitive case is used to indicate family relationships or possession Singular Nouns we add “ 's” Mandy's brother plays football. My teacher's name is Fina. Your father’s car is yellow. My sister’s house is very small
  • 3. Plural: Add (apostrophe) ' to regular plural forms or nouns ending in “s”: The girls' room is very nice. The Smiths' car is black. Add 's to irregular plural forms: The children's books are over there. Men's clothes are on the third floor. If there are multiple nouns, add an 's only to the last noun: Peter and John's mother is a teacher. Peter and Charles’ parents lives in N.Y.
  • 4. Make sentences with the Simpson’s family e.g. Lisa is Homer and Marge’s daughter.

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