Father - 아버지 (ah-bo-jí)
Mother - 어머니 (o-mo-ní)
Baby- 아기 (ah-gí)
I - 나 (nah)
You - 너 (no)
We - 우리 (ew-rí)
Our family - 우리 가족 (ew-rí gah-joke)
The G sounds like K and the J is a softer CH sound. And the O is drawn out.
I drew a family tree then labeled everyone -Aunt, Grandma, brother etc. I even went into detail of how divorces change someone's title. Then I talked about how someone passing away gives the surviving spouse the new term widow. I was pretty excited she didn't know the word because all the other stuff was just a review for her. Then I realized I didn't know how to describe it so I drew it. Well, I ended up drawing the husband and wife then put Xs for the wife's eyes: WIDOW! She laughed at me. Then I had the brilliant idea of drawing a widow spider. This completely confused her until I Google'd the spider and explained they killed their 'spouse' and became widows. Improvising!
Am I a good English teacher or what?!?