|Brother||N||/’brʌðə/||Anh ,em trai|
|Sister||N||/’sistə/||Chị, em gái|
|Older||Adj||/əʊldəʳ/||Già hơn, lớn hơn|
|Younger||Adj||/’jʌɳgə/||Trẻ hơn, nhỏ hơn|
|To get along with||V||/tə get ə’lɒŋ wɪð/||Hòa thuận|
|Back||N , adj||/bæk/||Lưng, sau|
|University||N||/ˌjuː.nɪˈvɜː.sɪ.ti/||Trường đại học|
|psych = psychology||N||/saɪ.k/;
|Môn tâm lí học|
|Pardon me||V||/’pɑrdn mɪ/||Xin lỗi|
|Be married||Adj||/bi ˈmær.id/||Có gia đình|
|Break up||V||/breɪk ʌp/||Chia tay|
Man: Do you have any brothers and sisters?
Woman: Yes, I have one sister.
Man: Who is older, you or your sister?
Woman: My sister is older than me.
Man: Do you get along with your sister?
Woman: Yes, we get along okay.
Man: How about your parents?
Woman: My father died many years ago.
Man: I’m sorry to hear about that.
Woman: My mother is fine though. She is very strong and back to work.
Man: What does your mother do?
Woman: She teaches at a university.
Man: That’s great. What does she teach?
Woman: She teaches psych.
Man: Pardon me. I do not understand.
Woman: She teaches psychology.
Man: Psychology. I understand now.
Woman: How about you? Are you married?
Man: I’m not married yet. I had a girlfriend for many years but we broke up.
Woman: I’m sad to hear that.