We’ll now learn talking about parts of the human body as well as some useful English words and phrases related to Health and Illnesses. Let’s hope you’ll never need them, but better be prepared than sorry as they say…
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning English“.
Health & Illnesses
My [...] aches.
My [...] hurts.
My [...] ache.
My [...] hurt.
I have a stomach ache.
My legs hurt.
Vocabulary trainer: Body & Health in English
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