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Family (step / in-law / cousin) - help please

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Hello,

Can anyone please help me with how to sign family that are step-related?  I am doing module 5 and most of my family are step it would be nice to make the phrases / descriptions I learn more relevant to me.
 
And if in-law and cousin can be shared as well that would be fab. But step mainly. 
 
Thanks in advance. K

 

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