Vocabulary for family and relationships

Serena Farr
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Inglés Quiz on Vocabulary for family and relationships, created by Serena Farr on 02/11/2018.

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Question 1

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The common word for your parents and brothers and sisters is [blank_start]nuclear[blank_end] family.
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  • nuclear
  • extended
  • sibling

Question 2

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When we speak about all the members of our family, we can say 'My [blank_start]extended[blank_end] family'.
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  • extended
  • nuclear
  • sibling

Question 3

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Your husband or wife's parents are your [blank_start]parents-in-law[blank_end].
Answer
  • parents-in-law
  • fathers-in-law
  • political parents

Question 4

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When a couple are going to have a baby, we can also say 'they are [blank_start]expecting[blank_end] a baby.
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  • expecting
  • waiting for
  • wanting

Question 5

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A woman whose husband has died is called a [blank_start]widow[blank_end].
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  • widow
  • divorced
  • separated

Question 6

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When people plan to get married, they are [blank_start]engaged[blank_end].
Answer
  • engaged
  • compromised
  • promised

Question 7

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A child that doesn't have brothers or sisters is called an [blank_start]only[blank_end] child.
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  • only
  • spoilt
  • one

Question 8

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Your brothers and sisters are also known as your [blank_start]siblings[blank_end].
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  • siblings
  • problems
  • brothers

Question 9

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When a couple breaks up, they refer to the other part by using the prefix [blank_start]ex[blank_end] in front of the word.
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  • ex
  • anti
  • pre

Question 10

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If a couple is formed by people of the same sex, we define them as a [blank_start]same-sex[blank_end] couple.
Answer
  • same-sex
  • nuclear
  • engaged

Question 11

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This couple is celebrating their wedding [blank_start]anniversary[blank_end].
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  • anniversary
  • aniversary
  • divorce

Question 12

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They are getting married. Today is their [blank_start]wedding[blank_end].
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  • wedding
  • party
  • marriage

Question 13

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After getting married, people usually go on a [blank_start]honeymoon[blank_end] to somewhere special.
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  • honeymoon
  • vacation
  • tour

Question 14

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The marriage [blank_start]ended in[blank_end] divorce in 1999. (collocation= verb + preposition)
Answer
  • ended in
  • finished in
  • ended up

Question 15

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The man that a woman is getting married to is also called [blank_start]fiancé[blank_end].
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  • fiancé
  • lover
  • fiancée

Question 16

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The woman that a man is going to marry is called [blank_start]fiancée[blank_end].
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  • fiancée
  • fiancé
  • lover

Question 17

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A child who has lost his or her parents is called a/an [blank_start]orphan[blank_end].
Answer
  • orphan
  • stepchild
  • only child

Question 18

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A [blank_start]stepbrother[blank_end] is the son from another relationship of one of your parents.
Answer
  • stepbrother
  • nephew
  • cousin

Question 19

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If you are a man and your brother or your sister is going to have a baby, you are going to become a/an [blank_start]uncle[blank_end]
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  • uncle
  • aunt
  • stepfather

Question 20

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If you are a woman and your brother or your sister is going to have a baby, you are going to become a/an [blank_start]aunt[blank_end]
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  • aunt
  • uncle
  • stepmother

Question 21

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If you are filling in a form and it asks you to write the name of your spouse, they are asking you to write down the name of your [blank_start]husband or wife[blank_end]
Answer
  • husband or wife
  • full name
  • surname

Question 22

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The plural form of the word child is [blank_start]children[blank_end]
Answer
  • children
  • childs
  • boys

Question 23

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If you are no longer married because your marriage has been legally ended, you are [blank_start]divorced[blank_end]
Answer
  • divorced
  • separated
  • single

Question 24

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A person who you know , but not a close friend is a/an [blank_start]acquaintance[blank_end]
Answer
  • acquaintance
  • friendship
  • soulmate

Question 25

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A very young child who is learning how to walk is a [blank_start]toddler[blank_end]
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  • toddler
  • newborn baby
  • adolescent

Question 26

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If you warm to somebody, it means that you [blank_start]like[blank_end] this person
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  • like
  • dislike
  • love
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