How do you answer how many people are in your family in Spanish?

How do you say there are 6 people in your family?

Maybe something like:

  1. There are six people in my family. …
  2. There are six of us in my family: my grandfather, my father, my mother, my sister, my brother, (and) me.
  3. There are six in my family: my grandfather, my father, my mother, my sister, my brother, (and) me.
  4. We are six in my family. …
  5. We are six in my family. …
  6. etc.

How do you describe your family in Spanish?

You can ask someone to describe their family by saying describe tu familia (describe your family). En mi familia hay… ‘In my family there is…’ followed by different family members.

Describing family members.

Spanish English
mi madre my mum
mis padres my parents
mis padres adoptivos/mis padres de acogida my foster parents

Is family in Spanish plural?

Family members are common nouns so they will change from singular to plural and vice versa. Generally, their plural form is created by adding -S or -ES to the nouns. You simply have to add -S when the noun ends in a vowel such as NIETA → NIETAS and -ES when it ends in a consonant.

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What is a family of four members called?

nuclear family is the answer.

What are the 3 there’s?

There, their, and they’re are the big trio of commonly confused words. All three of them are pronounced the same, and the spelling differences don’t seem to do a good job of stopping people from mixing them up.

How do you describe sister in Spanish?

Sister = Hermana

Mjja is a colloquial contraction of the Spanish words mi (“my”) and hija (“daughter”). The male counterpart to this is “mijo”.

What are different ways to say family?


  • blood,
  • clan,
  • folks,
  • house,
  • kin,
  • kindred,
  • kinfolk.
  • (or kinfolks),

How do you describe someone in Spanish?

To describe someone’s personality, use the verb ser (to be) and different adjectives. Make sure that adjectives agree with the person that they are describing. Me llamo María.

Describing personality.

Spanish English
Es gracioso He is funny
Es graciosa She is funny
Es honesto He is honest
Es honesta She is honest

How would you describe your brother in Spanish?

For instance, to talk about “my brother” I should say “Mi hermano”, but if I mean to say “my brothers” then I should use MIS instead of MI as in “Mis hermanos”.