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mi t í a
mi t í o
my cousin (male)
my cousin (female)
sesenta y uno
Setenta y uno
ochenta y uno
noventa y uno
el hijo/la hija
only child (m.) / only child (f.)
el hijo ú nico/la hija ú nica
what is his/her name?
¿C ó mo se llama?
what are their names?
¿C ó mo se llaman?
His/her (their) name (s) is (are)
se llama (n) _______
How old is____?
¿Cu á ntos a ñ os tiene _____?
He/She is ______ years old.
Tiene ___a ñ os.
(A + person) le gusta (n) / le encanta (n)
¿Cu á ntos, as?
s ó lo
sons and daughters
La Familia Family members and Possessive Adjectives.
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