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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #29671: The Skeletal System
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    The Skeletal System

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    1. The longest bone in our body is:
    2. The sternum is:
    3. The membrane that covers bones except at joint surface is:

    4. Both ends of a long bone are:
    5. The cranium is formed by:
    6. The face is formed by:
    7. Where is the vomer bone situated?
    8. The number of cervical vertebra are:
    9. The number of lumbar vertebra are:
    10. The number of the free ribs are:
    11. How many bones are there in the upper limb?

    12. The ischium is a bone from:
    13. The number of carpal bones are:
    14. The patella is located :
    15. The elbow is:
    16. The largest joint of our body is:
    17. The metacarpal bone is:
    18. The number of the lower limb bones are:
    19. The tarsal bone is situated :
    20. The calcaneum is situated :

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