A. By birth - parents(father, mother, Dad, Mom) children(son, daughter), grandparents (grandfather, grandmother,Grandma,Grandpa), grandchildren (grandson, granddaughter),sister, brother, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, cousin.
B. By marriage- couple, wife, husband, mother/father/sister/brother-in-law, single, married, bachelor, maid, widow, widower, bride, bride-groom, to be/get engaged, to be married to/divorced with, to fall in love with.
C. Others – good/best/special friend, mere acquaintance, close colleague, workmate, classmate, roommate, neighbor, boy-friend, girl-friend.
D. Relations – not to be on speaking terms with, to get on well with smb, to see much of each other, to spend a lot of time together, to be on friendly terms with smb, to have a lot in common with smb to be quite different in smth, to share the room/interests/experience (with smb),not to see eye to eye , to break up, to fall out with smb, to make it up.
I Say quickly what we call (use the words from A and B)
-your sister’s son
-your uncle’s daughter
-your brother’s wife
-your mother’s sister
-your father’s brother
II Rewrite the sentences using words from C.
This is Jane. She and I share a room in the hostel.
We were in the same class, weren’t we?
They live next door to us.
I don’t know him very well. We’ve just met once or twice.
Bill is a boy whom I often go out with
III Correct the phrases using words from D.
Jane is a friendly person. She does well with everybody.
My brother fell up with our parents yesterday.
Susan and Carina have broken down lately, but now they want to make it well.
I saw very well with my classmates.
Phil and I don’t get on eye to eye with each other.
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