BodyThe following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 18 words from the "body" category:
Pairs: getting ready...
- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
the slender part of the body connecting the head to the shoulders and chest
- The neck connects the head to the body.
- Giraffes have long necks to reach leaves.
- People wear scarves to keep the neck warm.
- She wore a delicate necklace that rested gracefully on her neck.
- His neck felt tense and sore after a long day at the computer.
- The swan's graceful neck curved as it reached for food in the water.
the prominent facial feature located above the mouth and used for breathing and smelling
- The nose is in the middle of the face.
- The nose is used for smelling things.
- A cold can make the nose run.
- Her nose detected the scent of freshly baked bread as she walked by the bakery.
- He gently rubbed his nose with a tissue to alleviate his allergies.
- The clown had a bright red nose that honked when squeezed.
the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm, allowing for arm movement
- Shoulders are on either side of the neck.
- Shoulders help you carry heavy things.
- The shoulder is a joint that can move.
- She carried her backpack on one shoulder as she walked to school.
- He felt a sharp pain in his shoulder after lifting a heavy box.
- The massage therapist kneaded her shoulders to release tension.
the upper limb of the body, extending from the shoulder to the hand
- An arm is attached to the shoulder.
- Arms help you reach and grab things.
- You have two arms, one on each side.
- She reached out her arm to shake hands with the new acquaintance.
- He flexed his arm muscles to demonstrate his strength.
- The doctor examined his arm for any signs of injury.
the rear part of the body, typically from the shoulders to the hips
- The back is on the opposite side of the chest.
- The back supports the spine.
- People can have aching backs.
- He leaned back in his chair and closed his eyes for a moment of relaxation.
- Her back ached from hours of gardening and bending over.
- The turtle's shell provided protection for its vulnerable back.
the organ of hearing located on each side of the head
- Ears are on the sides of the head.
- Ears are used for hearing sounds.
- Some people have pierced ears for earrings.
- She listened intently with her ear pressed against the door.
- His earlobe was adorned with a small silver earring.
- The dog perked up its ears at the sound of its owner's voice.
the organ of sight and vision, located in the eye socket
- Eyes are on the front of the face.
- Eyes help you see the world.
- Eyes come in different colors.
- Her eyes sparkled with excitement as she opened the gift.
- He shielded his eyes from the bright sunlight with his hand.
- The owl had large, expressive eyes that allowed it to see in the dark.
the arched lines of hair above the eyes that help protect them from sweat and debris
- Eyebrows are above the eyes.
- Eyebrows protect the eyes from sweat.
- Eyebrows can be thick or thin.
- She raised her eyebrows in surprise at the unexpected news.
- He carefully groomed his eyebrows to maintain a neat appearance.
- The actor's expressive eyebrows conveyed a range of emotions on screen.
the front part of the head, including the eyes, nose, mouth, and chin
- The face has the eyes, nose, and mouth.
- The face shows expressions like smiling or frowning.
- Faces can be happy or sad.
- She wore a radiant smile that brightened her whole face.
- His face turned red with embarrassment as he stumbled over his words.
- The artist sketched a detailed portrait of a young child's face.
one of the slender digits on the hand, often used for grasping and touching
- Fingers are at the ends of the hands.
- Fingers are used for gripping and pointing.
- You have five fingers on each hand.
- She traced her finger along the edge of the book's pages as she read.
- He carefully counted the money using his fingers to keep track.
- The baby tightly gripped her mother's finger for comfort.
the lower extremity of the leg, typically used for walking and supporting the body's weight
- The foot is at the end of the leg.
- Feet help you walk and run.
- You have two feet, one for each leg.
- She kicked off her shoes and let her feet sink into the soft sand at the beach.
- His footprints left a trail in the fresh snow as he walked through the forest.
- The soccer player skillfully maneuvered the ball with his feet.
the fine strands that grow from the scalp and cover the head
- Hair grows on the head and body.
- Hair can be long or short, curly or straight.
- Some people have red, black, or blonde hair.
- She brushed her long, flowing hair until it shone in the sunlight.
- He decided to get a haircut to trim his unruly hair and look more presentable.
- The artist painted a portrait of a woman with intricate, braided hair.
the prehensile extremity at the end of the arm, often used for grasping, holding, and manipulating objects
- The hand is at the end of the arm.
- Hands can hold, write, and create things.
- You have five fingers on each hand.
- She extended her hand to help the elderly woman cross the street.
- He used his hand to carefully shape the clay into a beautiful sculpture.
- The pianist's nimble hands danced across the keys, producing a melodious tune.
the uppermost part of the body, including the brain and sensory organs
- The head is at the top of the body.
- The head has the face and hair.
- The brain is inside the head.
- She rested her head on the soft pillow and closed her eyes to sleep.
- His head was filled with creative ideas for the new project.
- The statue had a finely sculpted head with intricate details.
the joint connecting the thigh and the lower leg, allowing for bending and movement
- Knees are in the middle of the legs.
- Knees bend when you sit or walk.
- Protect your knees when playing sports.
- She felt a sharp pain in her knee after tripping and falling.
- He knelt on one knee and proposed with a sparkling engagement ring.
- The athlete wore a protective brace on his injured knee during the game.
the lower limbs of the body, extending from the hips to the feet
- Legs help you stand, walk, and run.
- You have two legs, one on each side of the body.
- Legs can be strong and flexible.
- She stretched her legs after a long flight to relieve stiffness.
- His legs carried him swiftly as he sprinted toward the finish line.
- The dancer's graceful movements showcased the flexibility of her legs.
the fleshy, movable parts forming the mouth's opening and used for speaking and kissing
- Lips are at the front of the mouth.
- Lips are used for speaking and kissing.
- Lips can be red, pink, or brown.
- She applied a coat of red lipstick to her lips before heading out.
- His lips curled into a warm smile when he saw his family waiting for him.
- The singer's passionate performance sent shivers down the audience's spines.
the cavity in the face, containing the tongue, teeth, and gums, used for eating, speaking, and tasting
- The mouth is where you eat and speak.
- The mouth has teeth and a tongue.
- Keep your mouth clean by brushing teeth.
- She took a sip of the hot soup, savoring the flavors in her mouth.
- He spoke eloquently, using his mouth to convey his thoughts and ideas.
- The dentist examined her teeth and gums to ensure oral health.
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