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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I already bend my knee.

On the face you have forehead, eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth. When you smile people can see your tongue and teeth.
On the arm you have elbow, wrist, hand, fingers, fingernails.
On the leg you have knee, ankle, foot, toes.

In my childhood I used to learn cycling and I often dropped and injured my knee and elbow but I always I had determination to learn

I was a soccer star, but i injured my knee.

Never ever. Thanks God

This exercise is also very interesting for student.They do this exercise very willingly.Ithink my student need vocabulary doing this exercise and they try to learn many words to take part in these exercise.It is useful for them and me.

I often injure my toes when I was a child. During my childhood , I used to play football with my friends in the paddy field. We didn’t wear shoes to protect our foot. Some times we fell down and got injuries to our faces . One day I remember that my forehead got hit by my friend knee and it got swollen.

I often have a pain in my wrist. This is my old disease(. There were many new words in this exercise for me so I need to repeated again.

1. I use my whole palm to wrap and move the mouse, index finger to click the left button and scroll the wheel, and middle finger to click the right button.

2. Old people often have a lot of wrinkles on their forehead or their face.

3. I was asked a question in an interviewing that which part of your body that your right hand can touch but your left hand can't and vice versa. I don't know and then the interviewer gives the answer, it is your elbows.

Could you correct my grammar, the learn English Team?

Hello Kenny Alan,

I'm afraid we don't provide a correction or proofreading service! We have many thousands of users and it's just not possible for us to do this. I suspect we'd also end up doing a lot of people's homework as well if we tried!

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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