In this video, learn how to use "relate to" and be related to". These confusing English words look very similar, but they have very different meanings.
When you "relate to" something, it means that you understand a situation because you’ve experience it directly.
When you "are related to" someone, it means that they are a blood relative, a family member by blood.
By the end of the lesson, you’ll feel confident using both "relate to" and "be related to".
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