He’s my uncle
Read the dialogue and choose the correct options
It’s Sunday afternoon at the Price house.
W — Will | P — Mr Price | M — Mark | U — Uncle Tony
W: Hello, Mr Price!
P: Hi, Will. Welcome to our barbecue!
W: Thanks. Burgers yum!
M: Hi, Will.
W: Hi, Mark. Hey, who’s that? Is he your cousin?
M: No, he isn’t. He’s my uncle!
W: Your uncle? How old is he?
M: He’s twenty-nine on Tuesday.
W: Oh, he’s young!
M: Uncle Tony, this is my friend. His name’s Will.
U: Nice to meet you, Will.
W: Nice to meet you, Mr Price.
U: Oh, call me Tony!
M: Quick, Uncle Tony! The burgers!
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Read the grammar rules
To form questions with the verb to be, we put the verb before the subject.
When we reply to a question, we often use a short answer.