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1. GRAMMAR:


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Abraham is Homer's father.
Mona is Homer's mother.
Marge is Homer's wife.
Lisa and Maggie are Homer's daughters.
Bart is Homer's son.


's
is used to talk about people's relatives
Tom's sister
Antonio Banderas's wife (cuando el nombre propio termina en "s", la mantiene)

is used with people and their possessions
McDonald's restaurant
Tom's bar
It's James's house. (cuando el nombre propio termina en "s", la mantiene)
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Cuando el sustantivo (poseedor) es plural y termina en "s" se elimina la "s" del posesivo:
They are my parents' relatives.
This is the students' class.
They are children's friends.

Pueden existir cadenas de 's:
Tom's mother's name is Mary.
My children's teacher's name is José.
My husband's boss' car is red.






Activities: Possessive Nouns 1

Try to do this activity:


Oxford University Press Grammar: possessives 1; possessives 2



The Family & The Saxon Genitive



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2. VOCABULARY:


THE FAMILY













Do the quiz:










Nursery rhymes song:



Oxford University Press Audio words: The family (listen)
Oxford University Press Vocabulary: The family (crossword and wordsearch)



Do the quiz about Jasmine and Carlos:



Do the quiz about David and Jose:




Do the quiz:




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Friends:



grandfather
grandmother
(grandparents)
father
mother
(parents)
husband
wife

aunt
uncle

brother
sister
(brothers and sisters / siblings)
cousin
cousin

son
daughter
(children)
nephew
niece




THE IN-LAWS (familia política)
father-in-law (suegro)
mother-in-law (cuñada)
brother-in-law (cuñado)
sister-in-law (cuñada)
son-in-law (yerno)
daughter-in-law (nuera)
great-grandfather (bisabuelo)
great-grandmother (bisabuela)
great-great-grandfather (tatarabuelo)
great-great-grandfather (tatarabuela)


stepfather (padrastro)
stepmother (madrastra)
stepbrother (hermanastro)
stepsister (hermanastra)
half brother (medio hermano por parte de un padre)
half sister (medio hermana por parte de un padre)




close relative
(pariente cercano)

close friend
(amigo íntimo)
Sarah is my close friend.
distant relationship
(relación a distancia)

distant relative
(pariente lejano)

get on well
(llevarse bien)
My brother and I get on very well.
large family
(familia numerosa)
My husband and I want to have a large family.
married
(casado / a)

mate
(colega)

old friend
(viejo amigo)

orphan child
(niño huérfano)

single
(soltero / a)

single mother
(madre soltera)

the in-laws
(familia política)

the common-law couple
(pareja de hecho)

the marriage
(el matrimonio)

to adopt a child
(adoptar un niño)

triplets
(trillizos)

twins
(mellizos)




be engaged
(estar prometido)
Susan is engaged to George.
boyfriend


ex-boyfriend


ex-girlfriend


girlfriend


partner
(pareja)
My partner's name is Tom. (They live together but are not necessarily married.)
to be in love
(estar enamorado)



3. PRONUNCIATION:



The letter o

/ʌ/ (mother)



/əʊ/ (phone)



/ɒ/ (clock)



/u:/ (boot)








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