Conversation family 2

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Conversation family 2

  1. 1. Prof Armando CastilloINGL 2105Let’s Talk About FamilyYour sibling is your brother or sister. If you have 1 brother and 2 sisters, then you have 3 siblings. Your parent is your father or mother.Your child is your son or daughter. Yourspouse is your husband or wife.You may also have a stepfamily. Your stepfamily includes people who became part of your family due to changes in family life. These changesmay include death, divorce or separation. New partnerships create new children. The new children and their relatives become part of yourblended family. Some people are born into a stepfamily. My relatives Relationship to I usually call Me male female him... her... parent relative of whom I Father, Daddy, Dad, Papa Mother, Mummy, Mum, Mommy, Mom, Mama, Ma am the child father mother sibling we have the same first name; sometimes Bro first name; sometimes Sis father and mother brother sister uncle aunt sibling of my Uncle [first name] Aunt/Auntie [first name] parent grandparent parent of my Grandfather, Grandpa Grandmother, Grandma parent grandfather grandmother cousin child of my uncle first name or aunt spouse relative to whom I first name am married husband wife child relative of whom I first name am the parent son daughter nephew niece child of my sibling first name
  2. 2. grandchild child of my child first name grandson granddaughtergreat grandfather great parent of my Great Grandpa Great Grandma grandmother grandparent father-in-law mother in-law parent of my first name; Dad first name; Mum, Mom spouse brother-in-law sister in-law sibling of my first name spouse; spouse of my sibling exhusband exwife my previous first name spouse (we divorced) half-brother half-sister my sibling born to first name my father or mother but not both step-parent new spouse of one first name of my parents step-father step-mother step-child child of my spouse first name but not of me step-son step-daughterRetrieved from: http://www.englishclub.com

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