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Family (General)

Family

Colin is telling us about his family. Why not try and answer the question yourself before you reveal the answer.

Is mise Cailean agus tha mi sia bliadhna deug. Tha ceathrar anns an teaghlach agam. ‘S e Màiri an t-ainm a tha air mo mhàthair. ’S e Raibeart an t-ainm a tha air m’ athair. Tha iad laghach agus tha sinn a’ faighinn air adhart còmhla ri chèile gu math.

Question

Which of the following statements are correct?

1 Colin is seventeen years old.

2 There are four in Colin’s family.

3 His mother’s name is Sarah.

4 His father’s name is Robert.

Answer

2 There are four in Colin’s family.

4 His father’s name is Robert.

Tha ceathrar anns an teaghlach agam = There are four in my family

’S e Raibeart an t-ainm a tha air m’ athair = My father’s name is Robert

Question

Colin makes two statements about his parents, what are they?

1 They get on to him.

2 They are nice.

3 They get on well together.

4 They make him work hard.

Answer

2 They are nice.

3 They get on well together.

Tha iad laghach = They are nice

Tha sinn a’ faighinn air adhart còmhla ri chèile gu math = We get on well together

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