Family and Relationships – The Family Page

 

The Nuclear Family

-How many people are there in your family?

-There are four people in my family.

– Who are they?

– They are my mother, my father, my brother and me.

Another Nuclear Family

- How many people are there in your family?

– There are five people in my family.

– Who are they?

– They are my husband, my son, my daughter and myself.

An Extended Family

- How many people are there in your family?

– There are seven people in my family.

– Who are they?

– They are my parents, my wife, my two children, my grandmother and my grandfather.

Another Extended Family

- How many people are there in your family?

– There are lots of people in my family. I am not sure how many. There are maybe twenty people.

– Who are they?

– They are my grandparents, my parents, my two brothers and my two sisters, my uncle and his wife and their two children. Then next door is my other uncle and his wife and his wife’s parents and his four children. That makes about twenty people.

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What is the difference between a nuclear family and an extended family?

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What is the difference between a nuclear family and an extended family?

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Now tell us about your family. Who do you live with? Do you live in a nuclear family or with an extended family? How many people are there are in your family? Who are they? Where do they live? How do they spend their time? What do they do?

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Do you want to talk about your family? Do you want to talk to a live person? Use the English Conversations Student Linkup Service and talk about family and relationships with another English Conversations Student.

Here are some topics to talk about: (click the link to go to the page)

Family and Relationships
Family Vocabulary
Family History
Family Tree
Academic English Task
The Wicked Stepmother
Discussion Topic – Family
Interactive Story – The Family Problem

Click the links for lessons, vocabulary and sound.

English for Beginners

(help your friends and family)

Link to friends page

Do you come from a big family? Do you have a lot of friends? Do they want to learn English? Does anyone want to learn English?

There is a special page for beginners. Do you know somebody who is a beginner? Help your friend to get set up. Tell your friend or family member about the beginner’s page.

Do you have a brother? What is his job?
Do you have a sister? What is her job?
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