You would call them your brother or sister inlaw as they are your wife/husbands sibling.
If your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, then her brother is your brother-in-law. If your sister-in-law is the wife of your brother, then her brother is not related to you.
John's sister's husbands mother in law is John's Mother. He went to the movies with his aunt.
You are not related to your uncles wife sister. However some may think an aunt
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law. His borther is not related to you, but is your sister's brother-in-law.
No. Your husband's sister-in-law is either your sister or the wife of one of his siblings. If she is the wife of one of his siblings, she is not related to you.
Your husband's cousin's sister is also your husband's cousin. You are not related to your husband's cousin.
Yes, I suppose that they would be sister-in-laws. Because your sister is your husband's sister-in-law, and the other sister is his sibling, then I suppose they would be sister-in-laws.
yes u can because your sisters husbands sister is not part of your family no like blood related.
Your uncle's sister is either your mother or your aunt by blood or by marragie.
sister in law
Your brother would call your husbands sister by her first name. Or, "my (sibling's) sister in law.
you call her your daughter's husband's sister
to you, he is just your husbads brother in law. hes your husbands brothern in law and your sister in laws husband.
Your husband's brother's wife is your husband's sister-in-law, but is not considered to be related to you. But I have the same thing, in my family, I consider my husbands, brothers girl friends as my sister, even though we are not really related but we both still say we are sisters!! so really you can pick if you want them to be your sister, but they will never actually be related to by name, or anything