Speaking Situations: Talking about Family

Speaking Situations: Talking about Family

Conversation Practice

1. Tell your classmates or teacher about your family.

(If you have a family photograph, you may wish to show it to them.)


There are five people in my family.

(My mom, dad, older brother, younger sister and me.)
My mother is a dentist. My father is a veterinarian. I have two brothers and one sister.

OR (while showing a picture)

This is my grandma... This is my dad... This is me, when I was 9 years old.

2. Ask your classmates about their families.

Listen and ask appropriate related questions.

How many brothers and sisters do you have, Tammy?

I just have one sister.

What's her name?


How old is she?

She's seventeen.

See also
Textbook:New Interchange Intro, Chapter 6

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