Body parts 2

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Submitted by Esmat on Wed, 14/12/2022 - 13:37

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I just want to discuss the personal hygienic for people where it is affecting their heath and appearance. Fingernails toe nails need t be be cut regular

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Submitted by Eman Samir on Tue, 22/11/2022 - 10:40

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There are many situations in which these words can be used and said, for example:
Forehead ( When I had a temperature, I put cold compresses on my forehead.
Elbow ( Don't carry heavy things to not hurt your elbow.
Toes ( I hate winter because my toes get very cold.
Knee ( Five years ago, a dog ran after me. I felt frightened of being bitten so I fell on my knee and had a lot of pain in it.
Eyebrows ( I sometimes raise my eyebrows when I don't like something or I feel astonished.
Tongue ( Tongue gets very red when you have too hot food.
Teeth ( I always brush my teeth in the morning )
Face ( My face gets so red in sunny days.
Wrist ( More than ten years ago, I fell from the stairs and my wrist twisted.
Fingernails ( My fingernails get easily broken when using so much detergent.
Ankle ( wearing high heels damage ankle so women should avoid it as much as possible.
Thumb ( The knife have cut my thumb.
yes. I've said earlier. My knee injured a few years ago because a dog was running after me in the dark .I felt frightened, I ran fast, then I fell on my knees so they injured.

Submitted by MinsHalaby on Fri, 07/10/2022 - 14:46

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How really amazing and useful! But I have got a really important question: Why cannot we download a worksheet like reading and listening ones ?
hope to be answered!

regards

Hi MinsHalaby,

Thanks for your question and your interest in worksheets. We are quite a small team and we are working on other areas of the website at the moment, but we will consider this the next time we add more worksheets to the site. Thank you.

Best wishes,

Jonathan

The LearnEnglish Team

Submitted by farhadwahaj on Sun, 02/10/2022 - 10:45

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Yes, when I was young and was playing football several times injured my toes and ankle because I had not had football shoes to wear for football, but I used to play football.

Submitted by ptngiau on Wed, 14/09/2022 - 10:28

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I see that the football player often suffers many parts of his body: forehead, teeth, tongue, wrist, elbow, knee, ankle... Perhaps his fingernails and toes are the parts that suffer less.
Maybe due to old age, I have often injured somewhere on my body. My wrist or one of my toes is too.

Submitted by ptngiau on Mon, 12/09/2022 - 04:47

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Hello the LearnEnglish Team,
Pray God bless your Queen...

Submitted by Mary Margret on Fri, 19/08/2022 - 07:05

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I have got my elbow injuries when I fell while riding a bicycle.

Submitted by yoon 2_tae. on Tue, 19/07/2022 - 03:03

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May be I was 13 years old I have got my toe injuries while I was playing with my mates.

Submitted by abdoubakim on Sat, 26/02/2022 - 09:13

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when i was a child, i got my leg injured during a football macth.