A family is a group of people who are related to each other by blood, marriage, or adoption. The most common family unit is the nuclear family, which consists of a mother, a father, and their children. Other family structures include extended families, which consist of grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, and single-parent families, which consist of a parent and his or her children. A family is the basic unit of a society. The members of the family are mostly genetically tied relatives and and they share the same surname. As a result family members live together.
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⬤ Family members with images
⬤ Names of the people in a family
- mom (US) / mum (UK)
⬤ Family members games
⬤ Flip cards
⬤ Family members in context
- I have one brother and one sister.
- My father is a dentist.
- My grandparents live in Australia.
- My uncle Logan has got fair hair.
- Hello Pablo. This is my cousin, Carlos.
- It is my aunt’s dress.
- Those are my children. They like playing together.
- I visited my grandfather last week.
- My grandparents live with us.
- Have you got any brothers or sisters?
- How many brothers has she got?
- Is your grandfather alive?
- Is Laura your niece?
- Can your father look after the baby?
- What is her daughter’s name?
- Do you have a large or small family?
- Does your husband like reading books?
Hello I am Ren. I am from Japan. I live with my family in Tokyo. I have a small family. This is my family photo. This is my father on the right. He is a policeman. He likes playing games with us. And my mother is next to my father. She likes wearing casual clothes. And this is my little sister, Misaki. In fact, I have got two sisters but my elder sister is not in the picture. She is abroad. My grandparents live in Osaka. They are very old. We often visit them together with my uncle and his wife, Riko. I love all my relatives.
⬤ Family members exercises
⬤ Family members Worksheets
|• Family members word scramble game worksheet|
|• Family members word search puzzle worksheet|
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You can also click here to watch a video about family members or here to play a word game in British Council’s website. You can also download a printable pdf document here to practice family members with flashcards.