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Vocabulaire: La Famille : the family, flashcards

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Family Members : relations (vocabulary and possessives exercise)

Here is a vocabulary exercise on family members. Use the family tree to find out what relationship the family members are to the others. You can download this as a PDF and print it for yourself or your students – it’s free. Click here for the PDF version.

grandfather, father, mother, son, daughter, grandson, aunt, uncle, cousin, nephew, niece, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, in-laws, parents, great grandmother, husband, brother, sister

Now fill in the gaps.

1. Margaret is Rebecca’s great aunt.
2. Sheila and Steven are Rebecca’s ___________
3. ____________is Valerie and George’s daughter.
4. Rose is Carol’s ____________ .
5. Valerie and _________ are sisters.
6. Brian is George’s _________ .
7. George is __________ father-in-law
8. Margaret is _____________ mother-in-law.
9. George and Harry are Rose’s____________
10. Margaret and Harry are Robert’s _____________
11. George and Harry are ______________
12. Rebecca, Zack and Charlotte are Rose’s ___________
13. Rebecca is Carol’s _______________
14. Steven is Margaret’s _____________
15. Lisa is Sheila’s ___________
16. Zack and Rebecca are _______________

answers below —
answers: 2. parents 3. Carol 4. Grandmother 5. Margaret 6. son-in-law 7. Brian’s 8. Robert’s 9. sons-in-law 10. parents-in-law (or in-laws) 11.Brothers-in-law 12. great-grandchildren 13. niece 14. nephew 15. sister-in-law 16. second cousins

ESL Conversation Questions: Where do you live? Are you married? Have you got (any) children?


I just made it on time, I had to wait twenty minutes for a train.

Do you have far to come?

I live in Harrow, so it’s about forty minutes on the underground.

That’s zone five isn’t it? It must cost you a lot in travelling.

Sure does, but with a travel card, I can use it evenings and weekends as well.

That’s what I do. Pity the company won’t pay our travelling.

What about you? Where do you live?

I live in Hampstead.

Nice! You must be on a good salary!

You’re joking! I rent a tiny apartment with three other girls!

So you’re not married then? Got a boyfriend?

No. I’m happy to be single at the moment. I’m having too much fun to be bothered about boys. What about you?

Yeah, I’ve got a girlfriend. We’ve been together since university.

Any kids?

Oh no. Too young for that. Maybe in a few years when we can afford a decent place to live.

London’s so expensive, isn’t it?

You can say that again.