runs in the family,
get along with,
baby of the family,
follow in someone’s footsteps, and
stay-at-home parent. You’ll also see an old photo of my grandma…let me know in the comments if you think I take after her.
First off, I love your accent, Emma, and also welcome to the lesson to your sis. I just wonder if you get confused with the spellings between US & Canadian usage. There are so many shops in NZ to sell black sheep shirts for visitors!
Thanks a lot, Mrs. Emma for the top-notch family terms in English
Thank you, it was very useful
Original and interesting lesson from two accomplice sisters but I’m not sure I can play the same role in my family without disturbing some relatives.
Thank you Audrey and Emma.
In French, we write Audrey and tell me if I made a mistake, please ?
Thank you Emma, fresh and authentic lesson ! It’s the way of remembering a lot of English.
This is one of the exellent classes. You two succeded in getting my attention throughout the lesson, and I did not remember getting bored even in a second. This kind of lesson can be more attarctive and lasting all the time. I hope you make these videos.
Thanks a lot.
Sorry but In fact, black sheep is considered a very racist expression and we should avoid.
Why ? This contradiction (white/black) has nothing to do with the human races and and it’s a very common and nice idiom.
To avoid misunderstandings just add ‘of the family’ like in: “You’re the black sheep of the family”.
thanks Emma and Audra! Reminds me of me and my sister :) It’s great to know some familiar expressions.
Thank you very much, Emma and Audra! (Francisco Cesar – Sapiranga, RS, Brazil)
Thank you very much, Emma and Audra
i am very glad with your class.
i am from Brasil.
Thanks Emma you are very nice
Thank you Emma for thos lessons
Hello Brother, I’m from Haiti. How long have you been on Engvid?
Thank you Emma. Thanks to you too Audra to come in. I’m really fond of your videos. I learn a lot. I won’t forget to ring the bell.
Teacher Emma, your sister also taught us! She is no more only a businesswoman, she is a teacher too like us. Thanks!
Thanks Emma. I loved this class.
thank you teacher Emma!
Emma and Audra you are so funny. Thank you.
I’ve always used the expression ‘it runs in the family’ in a derogatory sense, meaning if someone does a bad thing all the members of that family are bad too.
The teacher Emma explained This lesson with very easy and it is very nice interesting, helpful for learning and useful in our life.
Thank you Emma.
When I see 20 min video I get into the too loooong and too boring, but this was super surprise very entertaining and focused lesson.
By the way, I love Audra’s earrings.
Excellent! But I want to know more about Europa trip :)))
Hello Emma 🙏💗 Can I purchase your full grammar Course..?
Thank you you’re perfect