Son estos tus padres? = Are these your parents?


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guapo – handsome

joven – young

a la derecha – on the right

a la izquierda – on the left

fuera de la oficina – out of office

mucho mejor – much better

si quieres – if you like

ordenado – tidy

desordinado – untidy

como ves – as you can see


mujer, esposa - wife

marido, esposo – husband

hijo – son

hija – daughter

madre – mother

padre – father

hermana – sister

hermano – brother

abuela – grandmother

abuelo – grandfather

Read the conversation / Lee la conversacion:

A: Can I have a look at your family photo?

B: Sure. There are many photos.

A: Are these your parents?

B: Yes, this is my mother and father who both live in Australia.

A: And who are the people in this photo?

B: The tall man is my brother. The woman with the dog is my brother’s wife.

A: Are these their children?

B: Yes, they are. The boy’s name is Chris and the girl’s name is Alice. Look at this photo. These are my grandparents in their car. My grandmother is holding her cat. Its name is Snowy.

A: This photo looks old. It’s black and white.

B: Oh, it’s my school photo. These are my classmates and that’s our teacher, Mrs Burns.

A: Where are you?

B: I’m here, on the right. And here, behind me, is my best friend Sam, and his girlfriend.

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