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Slide 2 Relative Mother (mom) Father (dad) Daughter Son Brother Sister Aunt Uncle Cousin Niece Nephew Grandmother (Grandma) Grandfather (Grandpa) Granddaughter Grandson Mother-in-law Father-in-law Slide 3 Sister-in-law Brother-in-law Daughter-in-law Son-in-law Stepmother Stepfather Stepdaughter Stepson Apartment building Married Divorced Widow Widower To rent an apartment To own a home or condominium (condo) Pet Ethnicity Dormitory (dorm) Slide 4 It is impossible to describe the typical American family. President Obamas family is one example of an American family The family has a father, mother and two daughters. Slide 5 Slide 6 Michael Bluth is a single father. His wife died. Michael Bluth is a? His son George Michael is an only child. George Michaels cousin Maeby is also an only child. Michael Bluths brothers Buster and Gob are unmarried. (not married) Slide 7 Slide 8 Many American families live in houses but some families live in apartment buildings. They ?? apartments. Slide 9 The Simpsons have two pets. Which pets do they have? (type of animal) Bonus question: What are the names of their pets? Name the pets in the photo on the right: Slide 10 Bowling Eating Pizza Watching TV Going to the beach Slide 11 Popular foods often vary by the region in which the family lives and the ethnicity of the family. In San Francisco there are many immigrants from China, Vietnam and Mexico. Hot and Spicy Chicken Chinese dish Tamales- Mexican dish Slide 12 Soul FoodLobster from Maine BarbecueFried trout Slide 13 Some families have houses with yards and gardens where they grow vegetables or fruits. Most families buy all their food in supermarkets or eat in restaurants. Slide 14 Slide 15 Pumpkins are carved with faces and called jack o lanterns. Jack o lanterns are carved with very simple or complex designs. There are many different opinions on the origins of this Halloween tradition. Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 How many people are in your family? Do you live in a house, an apartment or a dormitory (dorm)? Do you have any brothers or sisters? What are their names? Are they students or do they work? Do you have any pets? What are their names? What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you like to watch movies? What is your favorite movie (or type of movies)? Who is your favorite actor or actress? Why? Slide 19 What are your favorite foods? What do you or does your family eat for breakfast? For lunch? For dinner? Does your family grow their own fruits and vegetables? Do you like to cook? What do you like to cook? Do you like to play sports? Which sports do you like to play?