My friend's name is Lavrov. He lives in Moscow. His family is not very large. He has got a wife and two children. His wife's name is Mary and his children's names are Ann and Nick.
Comrade Lavrov's wife is a young woman. She's twenty-nine years old. She's a lecturer. She teaches English at the Institute of Foreign Languages. She's got very many students. She hasn't got bad students. Her students do well as a rule. My friend's daughter is a girl of ten. She goes to school. She does a lot of subjects at school. She also learns English. She works hard and knows the language well. She doesn't make many mistakes in English. She's a pioneer. She likes reading. She also helps her mother at home.
Comrade Lavrov's son is a little boy. I think he was born five or six years ago. His father takes him to a nursery school every morning.
My friend's got a sister. She's going to be a doctor, and she's leaving her Institute this year. She's a young Communist. She's married. Her husband's an engineer.
My friend hasn't got any brothers.
My friend's wife usually takes the children to the country in summer to stay with their grandfather and grandmother. They love their grandchildren very much. She's going to take them to the country again this summer.
“Has Comrade Lavrov got any children?” “Yes, he's got two.”
“Have his children got any toys?” “Yes, they've got some.”