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Mother wants to see you.
Father wants to see you.
Sister wants to see you.
Brother wants to see you.
Uncle wants to see you.
Aunt wants to see you.

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Are the expressions above all correct?
Do I have to write "Your aunt wants to see you."?

  • English - ,

    The first two are correct, assuming that your sibling is making these statements.

    If they are not spoken by siblings, "your" should come before Mother and Father.

    In the last four sentences, we usually say "your brother," "your sister," "your uncle," and "your aunt."

    The other way to write the last two sentences would be "Uncle George wants to see you" and "Aunt Mary wants to see you."

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    & I agree.

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