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Body parts 2

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


Language level

Intermediate: B1


I think there is something wrong with my joints, maybe arthritis, because I often injure them. Especially, my left knee and my wrists, they are very sensitive to any effort, sudden movement, or heavy weight. I like working out but I feel that my joints are kind of obstacles that don't allow me to go as far as I would like during my training sessions. A couple of days ago, I injured my wrists by carrying more weight than usual in a lat pull-down machine.

It's been more than 3 years I played football because of several ankle, hips and abbuctors injuries. I miss it so much and feel so sad just thinking about it...but anyway, it could be worse ;)

Ever bruised a toe and my nail fell off.

I have never suffered a lession, a bone fracture or a critical wound. Before pandemic I used to go swimming and I rarely injured myself , few times when I tried to push me from the pool corners I hurt my toes, but they were insignificant things that could be treated and almost recovered inmediatly.

I don't remember many things but when I was 14 I had an accident. One of my fingers was broken and it was suffering too much. Also when we eat something, we bite our tongues accidentially and then it hurts too much.

I'v never broke my leg or ankel, but onec when i was kid , while i was playing football i injured my knee and elbow. Furthermore, i'v some pain in my wrist until these days.

I'v never broken my knee or my ankle, but once time in my childhood I injury my fingers playing with a door and my fingernails were still hurting for a long time after that.

No, I never have broken a leg, or something

Its really logical. Yes. I had, for example my left wrist.

I love climbing mountains. Once, while I was climbing a steep mountain I accidentally lost my balance and fell down. Unfortunately, I twisted my ankle, it was very painful. However, even though I also had a knee injury I would repeat that experience.