Family Vocabulary

Joint Family:

Sam was living in a joint family with his grandparents and uncles.

 

Nuclear family:

Smith was living in a nuclear family with his wife and a daughter.

 

Couple:

Mr Dave congratulates the newly married couple.

 

Divorce:

She gave divorce to her drunken husband because he beat her badly.

 

Single-parent:

Nurturing a child for a single-parent is a quite difficult job.

 

Children:

Children love sweets.

 

Siblings:

Sam and his siblings went to play soccer.

 

Adolescent:

Children become wiser when they become adolescents.

 

Strict:

A few parents believe they need to be strict with their children to make sure they conduct well.

 

Raise:

Lisa was raised by her mother in very arduous conditions.

 

Nurture: Verb

Sam was nurtured by his parents in a close-knit family.

 

Nurturing: Gerund

Nurturing is the act of nourishing and caring for someone or something

 

Bring Up: Verb

Sam was brought up in a close-knit family.  /  The upbringing of the child was done in a close-kit family.

 

Upbringing: Noun

The upbringing of a child needs to be done with love and care.

Foster parents:

Michael was raised by his foster parent until the age of 18.

 

Formative years:

sam’s parents taught him good habits during his formative years.

 

Child Neglect:

The childcare department took action on the father who neglected his child.

 

Responsible Parent:

Every parent needs to be a responsible parent.

 

Overprotective Parents:

Sometimes overprotective parents ruin their children’s life by putting unnecessary restrictions.

 

Adoption:

After the death of his parents, he was adopted by a newly wedded couple.

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