Body parts 1

Do these exercises to learn words for parts of the body.

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Submitted by DaiOli on Thu, 15/09/2022 - 00:47

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No, I have never broken my arm or leg, thanks God!

Submitted by Nandar Su Hlaing on Wed, 07/09/2022 - 14:54

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Have you ever broken your arm or leg? What happened?
No, I have never broken my arm or leg, but I felt backache last 6 months ago. I can't walk properly when I felt pain. I saw the doctor for nearly 4 monthly to cure my pain. I don't want to think about it. That was really bad for me.

Submitted by ridoan on Tue, 30/08/2022 - 15:49

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Yes, I have broken my left leg in 1992 and my right leg in 2014. The first time was winter and the street was flippery. And the second time I fell in the evening a street without light. I spent several weeks at home and I had to learn to walk again.

Submitted by zo_fia on Sun, 17/07/2022 - 09:00

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No, I have never broken my legs or arms.

Submitted by DANTEZZZ- on Sun, 03/07/2022 - 20:27

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Yes , I have. I've broken my arm jumping off a table when I was 5 years old.

Submitted by gamzemento on Sun, 12/06/2022 - 12:48

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Yes, I have. When I was 10, I had a fight with my friend's older sister and my finger was broken. I remember that it was a very painful. It took 2 week to heal my finger.

Submitted by J.Abarca on Mon, 18/04/2022 - 05:44

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No, I never have broken my legs or my arms. Probably the reason is because I am usually a calm person, so never happening nothing bad.

Submitted by hG3.f6Am4 on Mon, 21/03/2022 - 23:05

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Human body is a sophisticated machine, really different from many animals, and at the same time similar to certain kinds of them. We have a frontal sight width two eyes, that give us the possibility to have a wide view (nearly 180°). This evolution came from our origins, when primitive people had to escape from predators and looked for food. Also our back is fantastic, because thanks to it we could have started to walk in vertical position. Finally, it could be true only a few creatures in the world can take things with fingers, in particular with the first one helps us to close the grip around the objects.

Don't take this comment as true. It's just a personal thought ;)

You can write whatever you believe dude, this is for practice. And you did it well

Submitted by nadyanightingale on Mon, 07/03/2022 - 08:53

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Yes, I've broken my arm when I was 5 years old or something. I was walking on the street and there was ice on it, so I fell down and broke my arm. It was right before Christmas and I couldn't properly take part in the dance program in my kindergarden. I also have broken my small toe twice at least. But it's another story.