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Performer B1 Phases / Volume ONE
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Unit 4
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STEP 1 Learn new words with Lyla and Rohaan's double interview
Watch the video and complete the text with the correct words and phrases.

1 Lyla and Rohaan say some of their family ________ lived in the same place where they were born.
2 Lyla and Rohaan had a ________ as children – peanut and monkey.
3 They ________ one of their relatives: for Lyla it's her mum's sister-in-law, for Rohaan his grandad.
4 In the future Lyla wants to ________ her mother, while Rohaan admires his brother.
5 Lyla is ________ to her sister Fiona.
6 Rohaan loves the unconditional ________ of his family.
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STEP 2 Meet new relatives
For each definition choose the correct word.
A: People living now who are related to someone who lived a long time ago.
B: The relatives you have after you get married because they are your husband's or wife's family.
C: A person that doesn't have any brothers or sisters.
D: A brother or a sister.
E: Members of the family that lived in the past.
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STEP 3 Your turn: use the new words in context
Complete the sentences with the words from STEP 2

1 Are you an ________ or do you have any brothers and sisters?
2 Jamie and Keira are direct ________ of a noble family.
3 My mother's ________ moved to America in the 1720s.
4 Even ________ that have the same parents can look really different.
5 I get on well with my ________ and we often meet for parties and celebrations.
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