How many people are there in your family?
There are 5 people in my family: my father, mother, brother, sister, and me.

Does your family live in a house or an apartment?
We live in a house in the countryside.

What does your father do?
My father is a doctor. He works at the local hospital.

How old is your mother?
She is 40 years old, 1 year younger than my father.

Do you have any siblings? What’s his/her name?
Yes, I do. I have 1 elder brother, David, and 1 younger sister, Mary.

Are you the oldest amongst your brothers and sisters?
No, I’m not. I’m the second child in my family.

What do your mother/father like?
My father likes playing football and my mother likes cooking.

Do your parents let you stay out late?
Of course not. They always ask me to get home before 10 pm each night.

Do you stay with your parents?
Right now, no, but I used to.

Does your family usually have dinner together?
Yes, we do. My mom always prepares delicious meals for us.

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My Tran - August 25, 2016

such a useful website to learn English. Thank you for sharing with us. ^^

elllo - January 1, 2017

please audio

feng zhou - January 10, 2017

I think it is very useful to a bginner.

Stener - March 30, 2017

Hello, guys!

First of all, congratulations for given us such good lessons.

By the way, when you will offer the audios for “Question and Answer by Topic”?

I really need this for improve my speaking skills in order to get a higher score on IELTS.

Thank all you!

domingos - August 8, 2017

oh, first of all, i would like to thanks for this useful tool. I could understand everything about the numbers of members and one family.This conversation helps a lot the way to learn.I believe that someone wants to learn another idiom as English is a great idea to put this site in his routine studies.

Kamran - September 19, 2017

This is very good and helpful site for learning English. I request you to kindly send me all these exercises for practice or tell me how to download the same.


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