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Let's practice.
Imagine you're Mark's colleague, Jorge Soto.
You have a wife and a daughter.
Respond to Mark's question referring to the photo.
Don't forget to include the word for "yes" at the beginning of your response.
Ready?
Mark Lee: ¿Es tu familia?
Jorge Soto: Sí. Mi esposa, mi hija y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Jorge Soto: Sí. Mi esposa, mi hija y yo.
Jorge Soto: Sí. Mi esposa, mi hija y yo.
Let's try another.
Imagine your Mark's boss, Rosa Reyes.
You have a husband, daughter and son.
Ready?
Mark Lee: ¿Es su familia?
Rosa Reyes: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hija, mi hijo y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Rosa Reyes: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hija, mi hijo y yo.
Rosa Reyes: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hija, mi hijo y yo.
Let's try one more.
Imagine you're Mark's friend, Rita Rios.
You have a husband and a son.
Ready?
Mark Lee: ¿Es tu familia?
Rita Rios: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hijo y yo.
Listen again and repeat.
Rita Rios: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hijo y yo.
Rita Rios: Sí. Mi esposo, mi hijo y yo.
Did you notice how Mark uses tu familia when asking about his friend's and colleague's families?
¿Es tu familia?
Is [this] your family?
In less formal situations, like speaking with a friend or a close colleague, the less formal tu, is more appropriate.
Tu, "your." Tu (enuciated). Tu.
This is the end of this lesson.
Remember, these Can Do lessons are about learning practical language skills.
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¡Hasta la próxima!
See you next time!
Now you know how to talk about your family in Spanish. That's all there is to it.
Keep practicing — and move on to the next lesson!

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