Lesson 11 - Are you married? Beginner Version - Marital Status - Exercise 1

1 - Watch the video.       2 - Look at the pictures.       3 -Read.        4 - Listen.        4 - Record & Compare.
6 - Watch the video again and choose the correct answers. Click on Check.
What is your marital status? Are you married? cohabitating? single? separated? divorced? widowed?

Vocabulary: 1 -married (adjective): The defintion of married WAS "the legal union of a man and woman as husband and wife". But now it is different. "Same-sex marriage" is legal in the US States of California, Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington, in certain States of Mexico, and everywhere in the following countries: The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Canada, South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Iceland, Argentina, Denmark, Brazil, France New Zealand, Uruguay, and the United Kingdom. The definition of "married" has changed. Perhaps this simple definition is good: "The legal union of 2 people."


married:  Record:

2 - cohabitating    verb: cohabit
To live together when not married.       cohabitating.jpg
adjective    cohabitating:


3 - single    adjective and noun    Not married.       single.jpg



4 - separated    adjective    Married, but not living together.       separated.jpg


Record: Listen again. Record again.

5 - divorced    adjective    The legal dissolution (end) of a marriage.      divorced.JPG



6 - widowed    adjective    The husband or wife has died and has not remarried.

6a - widow    noun    This woman's husband died. She has not remarried.      widow.jpg


7 - widower    noun    This man's wife died. He has not remarried.      widower.jpg



What about Kitty? What is Kitty's marital status? Kitty's .
Ed is recently from his wife. Gary is in the same situation.
Her husband's name is Charlie. Amy's . Cheryl is in the same situation.
Susanne is German. Can you hear her accent? She is probably .
Tom is . He's single and he never married.
Do you remember Pat Jones from lesson 10? Her husband died last year. Pat is a .