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Family Relationship Chart

Family Relationship Chart
Written by Rakesh Kumar

Family Relationship Chart



Family Relationship Chart: – In this section we will read about Family Relationship Chart in English and what are the examples of this in English in English, we will read in detail about all these.


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It is likely very easy to talk about your family tree in your native language but are you able to do the same when speaking in English?


Family Relationship Chart with Family Words:-

If the answer is no, there is no need to worry because in this section, you will be learning how to talk about your family tree and how different people are related to one another.


This is extremely useful when talking about yourself and your family as well as for times when you are required to listen and understand when someone else is explaining their family tree to you.


Members of the Family in English


Family Words:-











Family Relationship Chart:-



Uncle (Husband of Aunt)








Cousin’s wife


Cousin’s husband







First cousin once removed




Useful Family Tree Chart with Family Words


Learn family members in English with examples.


No.-1. Great-grandfather: – This antique belonged to his great-grandfather.


No.-2. Great-grandmother: – This gold watch was handed down from my great-grandmother.


No.-3. Great-uncle: – My great-uncle actually got sent home from a British hospital because there weren’t enough beds that day.


No.-4. Grandfather: – I remembered my grandfather in my dream last night.


No.-5. Grandmother: – My grandmother taught me to sew.


No.-6. Great-aunt: – Your great-aunt was a very kind woman.


No.-7. Uncle: – I don’t have much contact with my uncle.


No.-8. Aunt: – The earrings were a gift from my aunt.


No.-9. Father: – I didn’t receive any allowance from my father.


No.-10. Mother: – Every mother thinks her child beautiful.


Family Tree Chart


No.-11. Uncle (Husband of Aunt): – My uncle is travelling in South America.


No.-12. Sister: – I share a bedroom with my sister.


No.-13. Brother-in-law: – His brother-in-law proposed a toast to the happy couple.


No.-14. Brother: – I have received a letter from my brother.


No.-15. Sister-in-law: – She is the same height as her sister-in-law.


No.-16. Husband: – She does not like to contradict her husband in public.


No.-17. Wife: – His wife has a strong personality.


No.-18. Cousin: – I’m hoping to go and stay with my cousin Tom over Christmas.


No.-19. Cousin’s wife: – There’s a message for you from your cousin’s wife.


No.-20. Cousin: – She is a distant cousin.


Family Vocabulary Words


No.-21. Cousin’s husband: – His cousin’s husband is a famous professional tennis player.


No.-22. Nephew: – He entrusted the task to his nephew.


No.-23. Niece: – He has a pretty niece.


No.-24. Son: – His son Liam became a lawyer.


No.-25. Daughter-in-law: – My daughter-in-law is a teacher.


No.-26. Daughter: – Our youngest daughter is a vegetarian.


No.-27. Son-in-law: – My wife called our son-in-law to rescue us.


No.-28. First cousin once removed: – They’re my first cousins once removed.


No.-29. Grandson: – My grandson never fails to phone me on my birthday.


No.-30. Granddaughter: – She watched her little granddaughter skip down the path.






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Rakesh Kumar