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What's the difference between your thumbs and your toes? Do these exercises to find out and to learn vocabulary for more body parts.

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Intermediate: B1

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When I was a child I went to karate section, and ones, while sparring a boy who I was fighting with hit my thumb by his foot and broke it. That day we came to the hospital and I got gypsum on my hand.

I like to play football, basketball and swimming, once I tried to stand on my feet I injured my toe when I check what happened I sow glass under sand it was caused the hit for my toe.

OMG! SInce this morning, I've got a strained back as I bent over to pick up a heavy thing.
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Fornutaley, I´ve never been injured.

Is it correct this sentence?

Hello AdrianaPC

Except for the spelling error ('fortunately'), yes, that is correct, though some people prefer not to use a comma after a sentence adverb. If you were writing for someone like that, then with the spelling corrected and the comma removed, it would be correct.

All the best

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team

I've had a pain in the back for a long times. I can't seat for working more than 8 hours. these sentence Is that OK Peter?

Hello JAE Aniruth,

Those sentences are not quite correct. Here is one way to say this:

I've had a pain in the back for a long time. I can't work sitting down for more than 8 hours.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

I’ve had a pain in the back for these a few days. Or I’m having a pain in the back. Are both sentences acceptable?

Hello Smiley,

The first sentence is fine. The second sentence should have a simple verb, not a continuous form:

I’ve had a pain in the back for these a few days.

I have a pain in the back. 

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you for your help, Peter! ;)

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