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Kurs: - Pre-Intermediate

Modul: Possessive S

Autor: prof. Gordana Matorkić

Naziv jedinice: Families


Materijali vezani uz ovu lekciju:

- Test families



 

FAMILIES

 

In a typical British home there are two parents and one, two or three children. Nowadays divorce is common in Britain, so a lot of children live with just one parent in a single-parent family

Tom’s family isn’t the one we could call a typical family. His parents, Sarah and John have five children, three sons and two daughters. Tom’s eldest brother’s name is Mick and he’s nineteen. He left school last year and he wants to spend some time abroad before going to university, so he went to France for a year. Mick’s favourite occupation is soccer and his room is full of footballers’ posters. Mick’s room is now Tom’s room, too. Before Mick went to France, Tom had to share his room with his other brother Charlie. Charlie’s sixteen years old and he likes music. He plays the guitar and has his own band.

The name of Charlie’s band is "The Earthquake". There are many music magazines on the shelves of his room. There’s also a computer in Charlie’s room. If he isn’t playing the guitar, he is at the computer.  

Tom is the youngest of all the children in the family. He can’t stand that. Nobody respects him, he says. Nobody asks him anything. He gets less pocket money then the rest. He can’t wait to grow up and become more important in making decisions. Tom’s room which once was Mick’s is still full of Mick’s things, but Tom likes that. His favourite leisure activity is football, too. 

Tom’s sisters, Ann and Mary are twins. They are fourteen years old and they share one room. Ann’s and Mary’s room is always clean and tidy. There are two beds in it and a couple of nice wooden chairs. Above the beds there are some shelves with books which are in perfect order. Ann’s desk is brown and there’s a nice black lamp on it and Mary’s desk is yellow with three red drawers. Mary likes red and yellow combination. 

Children’s rooms are upstairs and other rooms in the house are downstairs. The kitchen is connected to the living room with a small hall and it is painted in light green. It is Sarah’s favourite room. She spends most of the time in it, preparing meals for the family. When there is a big celebration in the house Sarah’s sister, Jane, comes to help her with preparations. Jane’s husband, Ben is Sarah’s brother-in-law. He works in a school and he is Tom’s Geography teacher. Tom likes his uncle very much. He also likes his cousin, Frank, who is Jane’s and Ben’s son. Frank is twelve and he goes to the same school as Tom does. 

The head of the family, John works hard during the day and comes home not before 7 in the evening. He likes sitting in front of the TV after dinner, so John’s favourite room in the house would be the living room. John has a brother, Jack who is married to Lucy, John’s sister-in-law. Jack and Lucy have two children, Mick’s niece and nephew.  

The twin sisters look up to their aunt Lucy and they want to be like her, tall and pretty. They both say that aunt Lucy always buys the best birthday presents.  

There are two more important people who come to the house from time to time, John’s parents. Usually the whole family gets together in the house of the grandparents, so they don’t come that often. Children usually buy their grandfather some sports magazines and Tom often reads with him. Tom’s grandfather is also his best friend. Grandmother makes the best cookies in the world. She is never tired when she cooks for her grandchildren.  

Wouldn’t you like a family like this!

 


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