Families are all about relationships. One person can be a father, son, husband and a brother.
Most family words are defined by gender. To describe gender, we use these two terms:
Use these flashcards to learn the meaning of the terms for this unit. You can also practice the pronunciation by listening to the audio on each card.
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|family||a group of people related to each other|
|wife||♀️ a married female|
|son||♂️ a male child (in relation to his parents)|
|sister||♀️ a female child in relation to other children from the same parents (Opposite: brother)|
|parent||a father or mother (no gender)|
|mother||♀️ a female with children|
|friend||a person you like but not in your family|
|married||having a wife or husband, not single|
|single||having no wife or husband, not married|
|father||♂️ a male with children|
|husband||♂️ a married male|
|daughter||♀️ a female child (in relation to her parents)|
|brother||♂️ a male child in relation to other children from the same parents (Opposite: sister)|
|female||♀️ a gender|
|male||♂️ a gender|