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Who is uncle? #1 (permalink) Thu Jun 25, 2009 21:56 pm   Who is uncle?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #729 "Real Life: Relationship Titles (2)", question 1

My father's brother is my .......... He is a really great guy because he is so much fun.

(a) grandfather
(b) brother
(c) uncle
(d) nephew

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #729 "Real Life: Relationship Titles (2)", answer 1

My father's brother is my uncle. He is a really great guy because he is so much fun.

Correct answer: (c) uncle
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Who is uncle? #2 (permalink) Fri Jun 26, 2009 0:32 am   Who is uncle?
 

An uncle is either your mother or father's brother.
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Who is uncle? #3 (permalink) Mon Jul 01, 2013 20:58 pm   Who is uncle?
 

please explain: to be so much fun?
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Who is uncle? #4 (permalink) Mon Jul 01, 2013 23:12 pm   Who is uncle?
 

He is so much fun = he is a lot of fun - it is fun to be in his company.
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