Reminds me of that scene toward the end of "Scent of a Woman":
A: We don't get along along very well.
B: Why not?
A: Cause he's an ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤.
B: Well, that's alright Charlie--every family's got one nowadays.
No, the sentese means to a person in your family, not to your family. But you can use simpática if all persons in her/his family are women
"En tu familia" is a clause that modifies
quién and nouns don't change to agree with other nouns.
'Es' is used for characteristics. So you can say 'my hermana es simpática y inteligente' because that's just her character. But you say 'está cansada y triste' because that's her state at the moment.
My question is what is the difference? My answer was "who is not nice in your family?"
I think on the drop down menu, it shouldn't say "whom" because I put "whom" and it made me get it wrong
If only "whom" is an option, then that is wrong. If both "whom" and "who" are options, then it is a test of your knowledge of grammar.
Mis hermanas. The possessive must agree with the noun.
Simpatico is used because it is a general question which involves both genders.
Not necesarily. Simpatico as the male form of the word includes both male and female family members.