Module 10: Body Parts
In this module, you will learn vocabulary related to body parts, as well as how to describe and identify them. Knowing the names of body parts and being able to describe them is essential for daily life, medical situations, and general communication in English.
Vocabulary related to Body Parts:
Here are some common body parts and their names in English:
1. Head: head, face, forehead, eyes, eyebrows, eyelashes, ears, nose, cheeks, mouth, lips, teeth, tongue, chin, jaw
2. Upper body: neck, shoulders, chest, back, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, thumb
3. Lower body: waist, hips, buttocks, legs, thighs, knees, calves, ankles, feet, toes
4. Internal organs: heart, lungs, stomach, liver, kidneys, intestines, brain
Describing and Identifying Body Parts:
When describing body parts, you can use the following methods:
1. Size: Describe the size of the body part. For example, “She has big eyes” or “He has small hands.”
2. Shape: Describe the shape or form of the body part. For example, “He has a round face” or “She has long, slender fingers.”
3. Colour: Describe the colour of the body part or related features, such as hair or eyes. For example, “He has brown eyes” or “She has blonde hair.”
4. Position: Describe the position or location of the body part in relation to other parts. For example, “Her ears are above her neck” or “His elbows are on either side of his upper arms.”
When identifying a specific body part, use the name of the body part and point to it, if necessary. For example, “This is my elbow” or “That is your knee.”
Practice Exercise: To practice describing and identifying body parts, try the following exercise:
1. Look at a picture of a person and describe their facial features, hair, and body shape using the vocabulary you have learned.
2. Practice identifying and describing your own body parts in a mirror, focusing on size, shape, colour, and position.
In this module, you have learned vocabulary related to body parts, as well as how to describe and identify them. This knowledge is essential for daily life, medical situations, and general communication in English.