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Quiznet archive 2004/3
 
Today's topic: All in the family!
 
  1: The average number of children in a British family used to be 2.4 but this has fallen dramatically in recent years. How do you say '2.4'?  
Two dot four
Children
Two comma four
Two point four
Two stop four
  2: Who are your siblings?  
Brothers and sisters
A family group
Nephews and nieces
Grandparents
Cousins
  3: What do we call a child with no brothers or sisters?  
A lonely child
Child with Mum and Dad
A lucky child
An only child
A single child
  4: My grandad had a very strict _________ , there were so many rules he had to follow.  
upbringing
Grandad
bringing up
raising
upraising
  5: Which word is used more in American English than British English?  
Mum
Mother-to-be
Mom
Mummy
Mother
  6: In some cultures many generations of families live together. They live as _________ family.  
an extended
A family wedding
an enlarged
a nuclear
an increased