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  • 2. Relations of Paternal Side • Father’s father  Grand Father • Father’s mother  Grand Mother • Father’s brother / Husband of Aunt Uncle • Father’s sister / Wife of Uncle  Aunt • Children of Uncle / Aunt  Cousin
  • 3. Relations of Maternal Side • Mother’s father  Maternal grand father • Mother’s mother  Maternal grand mother • Mother’s brother  Maternal Uncle • Mother’s sister  Aunt • Children of Maternal Uncle  Cousin • Wife of maternal uncle – Maternal Aunt.
  • 4. BLOOD RELATIONS • Mother's or Father's son:Brother. • Mother's or Father's daughter : Sister • Mother's or Father's brother : Uncle • Mother's of Father's sister : Aunt • Mother's or Father's mother : Grandmother • Mother's or Father's Father : Grand father. • Son's Wife : Daughter-in-law • Daughter's husband : Son-in-law.
  • 5. • Husband's or Wife's brother : Brother -in-law • Husband's or Wife's sister : Sister-in-law. • Brother's or Sister's Son : Nephew • Brother's or sister's Daughter : Niece. • Uncle or aunts son or daughter : Cousin. • Sister's husband : Brother-in-law • Brother's wife : Sister-in-law
  • 6. • Grand father's only son : Father • Grand mother's only son : Father • Grand father's son : Father or Uncle. • Grand mother's Son : Father or Uncle. • Grand father's only daughter-in-law : Mother • Grand mother's only daughter-in-law : Mother
  • 7. Great Nephew and Niece • The grandson and granddaughter respectively of one's own or one's spouse's (partner) brother or sister.
  • 8. • Aunt : Grandparent's sister or grandparent's brother's wife. • Uncle : Grandparent's brother or grandparent's sister's husband.
  • 9. • E.g.1 : Pointing to a person, a man said to a women, 'His mother is the only daughter of your father'', How was the women related to the person? • (1)Aunt (2)Mother (3) Wife (4) Daughter (5) None of these. • Only Daughter of women's father • women itself
  • 10. Suggested Method for questions like THIS • In questions of this type, what is required is to establish the relationships among the members of a whole family and not between two persons as in E.g. 1. such question can be easily solved by drawing a family tree dragram. • Drawing a family tree. • (a) Vertical or diagonal lines should be used to represent parent- child relationships. • (b) A double horizontal line ( like ) should be used to represent marriages. • (c) a dashed line should be used to represent brother or sister relationships. • (d) Put a + sign before someone who is a male and a - sign before some one who is a female. • (e) Whenever something is not known put a? mark or some symbol (x, y, z, @, $ ......)
  • 11. • For example, consider the following diagram • The above diagram tells as that • (i) B and D are a couple, D is the husband • while B is the wife. • (ii) B has a brother A. • (iii) The couple, B and D have three children F, E and G. (Note : Apart from vertical or diagonal lines, son or daughter are also easily established if two persons are connected be dashed lines. Also Note that • E is the brother of F even though there is no dashed line, but they have the same root.) • Of three children E is male, G is female, but the sex of F is not known. • (iv) C and G are a couple, C is the husband and G is the wife. • They have one child H whose sex is not known
  • 12. Points to be Noted : (i) It is advisable to being with a sentence that gives information about parent-child relationship. • Grandfather-grandmother relationships and brother-sister relatioships should be touched later. (ii) Try your best that you do not draw a new diagram for every new information that you read. • Instead, try to 'add' to the existing diagram on reading a new information.
  • 13. • In a family, there are six members A, B,C, D, E, and F. A and B are a married couple, A being the male member. D is the only son of C, who is the brother of A. E is the sister of D. B is the daughter-in-law of F, whose husband has died. 1. How is F related to A? • 1) Mother (2) Sister-in-law (3) Sister (4) Mother-in-law (5) None of these 2. How is E related to C? • (1) Sister (2) Daughter (3) Cousin (4) Mother (5) None of these 3. Who is C to B ? • (1) Brother (2) Brother-in-law (3) Son-n-law (4) Nephew (5) None of these
  • 14. In a family, there are six members A, B,C, D, E, and F. A and B are a married couple, A being the male member. D is the only son of C, who is the brother of A. E is the sister of D. B is the daughter-in-law of F, whose husband has died. • We start with the 3rd sentence, since it given a parent-child relationship. • The diagram is: • Now, we should look for a sentence that given information about A or C or D, The second sentence is appropriate. Incorporating it into the diagram, we have • Now, we incorporate the fourth sentence: • Finally, we incorporate the last sentence. Note that F must be a female because her husband has died. [One who has/had a husband must be a female.]