(In the classroom)
Patty: Good morning. I'm your classmate, Patty. Patty Lin.
Amy: Good morning, Patty. I'm Amy Brown.
Patty: Nice to meet you, Amy.
Amy: Nice to meet you, too.
Patty: Is he your brother?
Amy: No, he isn't. He's my cousin, Ted.
Patty: Is he a doctor?
Amy: Yes, he is. He's a doctor.
Patty: Really? My mother is a doctor, too.
Amy: Who's he?
Patty: He's our classmate, Kevin.
Amy: Who's she?
Patty: That's Kevin's sister, Kelly.
Amy: Is she a nurse?
Patty: Yes, she is. She's a nurse. Their mother is a nurse, too.
- classmate [`klæsˏmet] n.
This is our new classmate, Steve.
- Nice to meet you. ['naɪs tu 'mit `ju]
A: My name is Jenny. Nice to meet you.
B: Nice to meet you, too.
- too [tu] adv.
She is a cook, and her husband is, too
- cousin [ˋkʌzn] n.
Aunt Sally is my father's cousin.
- really [`riəlɪ] adv.
Are they really mother and son?
- our [aʊr] pron.
This is our book.
- their [ðɛr] pron.
Their friend is nice.
- family [ˋfæməlɪ] n.
They are my family.
- aunt [ænt] n.
Mrs. Lin is my aunt.
- uncle [ˋʌŋk!] n.
He is my uncle.
- husband [ˋhʌzbənd] n.
Mr. and Mrs. Wang are husband and wife.
- son [sʌn] n.
The little boy is Mike's son.
- wife [waɪf] n.
Mike's wife is a school teacher.
- daughter [ˋdɔtɚ] n.
Her daughter is a junior high school student.
- housewife [ˋhaʊs͵waɪf] n.
My mom is a housewife.
- singer [ˋsɪŋɚ] n.
Jay Chou is my favorite singer.