D. Answer these questions about yourself and your region.

1) What is your first name? What is your surname? Is that a common name in your region?

2) Are you an only child?

3) Where did you grow up?

4) Who is your oldest friend?

5) How many of your ex-classmates are still your friends?

6) As a child, did anyone tell you off? Why? Did this make you stop or did you carry on anyway?

7) Which member of your family do you get on with best?

8) Who in your family do you take after?

9) Who looks after you when you are ill?

10) As a child, who did you look up to?

11) Are single parent families becoming more common in your region?

12) In your region, do more and more people live together without getting married?

13) When you bring up a child, what do you think is the most important thing to teach him/her?

E. Draw your own family tree and write a short summary of your family background.


A. Who do you live with? Do other members of your family live near you, or do you have to travel to see them?

B. Match the words to the definitions.

to get divorced divorce n someone that is married to one of your parents, but isn't your parent
second wife/second husband to (make something) become larger in amount or size
step mother/stepfather legally end someones marriage (the legal ending of a marriage)
half-sister/half-brother having qualities that are typical of most people or things
to go to see two people who are married or in a romantic or sexual relationship, or two people who are together for a particular purpose
suburbs (in the suburbs) a flat
average the outer area of a town, rather than the shopping and business centre in the middle
apartment to visit
couple someone that you marry when you have already been married to someone else before
to increase someone who has the same mother, or the same father, as you, but not both parents


  1. A) Choose the correct answer.
  2. A. Do you know these famous Britons? Do these puzzles and read three more noted Britons.
  3. A. Listen to James describing his family situation and answer the questions.
  4. A. Match the facts about the UK with the places on the map.
  5. A. Read the additional texts with interesting facts about Canada and discuss this information with your partner.
  6. A. Sarah and Ken are having an argument. Read what Sarah says and complete the dialogue with Kens answers from the box below. Then try to guess his last answer.
  7. A. Solve the quiz and check your answers.
  8. A. What do you know about Tatarstan? Do the quiz and say which of the data were surprising for you?
  9. A. What do you know about the economy of Canada? Complete this file, use vertical prompts if necessary.
  10. A. When you meet someone for the first time, it is customary to introduce yourself.
  11. A. You will hear a manager interviewing a person for a job. Listen out for these verbs, and then use them to complete sentences 1-5.
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