Über die Familie sprechen

 

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Tell me about your family.
I have a pretty big family. Two brothers and one sister and many cousins. How about you?
Mine is small. I'm an only child and only my mother has a sister, my aunt Claire. What do your siblings do?
My one brother Tom works as an accountant, my other brother Bill is a teacher and my sister Lisa works in finance.
I didn't know your sister worked in finance. Where does she live?
She just moved away to Italy with her husband and my niece.
She has a child already? How old is she?
She is my older sister and quite a bit older than me. She turned 32 this year.
I always wanted a big sister... Do you guys look alike?
Not really, my siblings all have dark hair and blue eyes. They take after my dad. I look like my mum with her blonde hair and green eyes.
I look like my mum, too. Do you want to see a picture?
Sure, I would love to.
 

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I have a pretty   family. Two brothers and one sister and many cousins. How about you?
 
 
 
Mine is   . I'm an only child and only my mother has a sister, my aunt Claire. What do your siblings do?
 
 
 
My one brother Tom works   an accountant, my other brother Bill is a teacher and my sister Lisa works in finance.
 
 
 
I didn't know your sister worked in finance. Where does she   ?
 
 
 
 

Learn more important phrases

Learn more important phrases.

Lerne weitere wichtige Redewendungen

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There are five people in my family.
I have a lot in common with my grandparents.
I was brought up in Canada.
I'm very different from my siblings.
We see each other often, almost every weekend.
Big feet and blue eyes run in the family.
My brother-in-law is a terrible cook.
My grandparents are originally from France.
There are five people in my family.
 
Meine Familie besteht aus fünf Personen.
 
I have a lot in common with my grandparents.
 
Ich habe viel mit meinen Großeltern gemeinsam.
 
I was brought up in Canada.
 
Ich bin in Kanada aufgewachsen.
 
I'm very different from my siblings.
 
Ich bin sehr verschieden im Vergleich zu meinen Geschwistern.
 
We see each other often, almost every weekend.
 
Wir sehen uns oft, fast jedes Wochenende.
 
Big feet and blue eyes run in the family.
 
Große Füße und blaue Augen liegen in der Familie.
 
My brother-in-law is a terrible cook.
 
Mein Schwager ist ein schrecklicher Koch.
 
My grandparents are originally from France.
 
Meine Großeltern stammen ursprünglich aus Frankreich.
 
 
 

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David
Tell me about your family.
You
I have a pretty big family. Two brothers and one sister and many cousins. How about you?
Mine is small. I'm an only child and only my mother has a sister, my aunt Claire. What do your siblings do?
My one brother Tom works as an accountant, my other brother Bill is a teacher and my sister Lisa works in finance.
I didn't know your sister worked in finance. Where does she live?
She just moved away to Italy with her husband and my niece.
She has a child already? How old is she?
She is my older sister and quite a bit older than me. She turned 32 this year.
I always wanted a big sister... Do you guys look alike?
Not really, my siblings all have dark hair and blue eyes. They take after my dad. I look like my mum with her blonde hair and green eyes.
I look like my mum, too. Do you want to see a picture?
Sure, I would love to.
You
Tell me about your family.
Sarah
I have a pretty big family. Two brothers and one sister and many cousins. How about you?
Mine is small. I'm an only child and only my mother has a sister, my aunt Claire. What do your siblings do?
My one brother Tom works as an accountant, my other brother Bill is a teacher and my sister Lisa works in finance.
I didn't know your sister worked in finance. Where does she live?
She just moved away to Italy with her husband and my niece.
She has a child already? How old is she?
She is my older sister and quite a bit older than me. She turned 32 this year.
I always wanted a big sister... Do you guys look alike?
Not really, my siblings all have dark hair and blue eyes. They take after my dad. I look like my mum with her blonde hair and green eyes.
I look like my mum, too. Do you want to see a picture?
Sure, I would love to.
 

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