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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #55697: Body
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    Body



                                       Head, shoulders, knees and toes


                                         

                                     Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.

                                     Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

                                          and eyes and ears and mouth and nose,

                                     Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.

     

                                     Neck, elbows, hips and feet, hips and feet.

                                     Neck, elbows, hips and feet, hips and feet,

                                       and thighs and rears and lips and teeth,

                                     Neck, elbows, hips and feet, hips and feet.

     

             
    headshoulderkneetoeeyeearmouthnose
     
        
    neckelbowhipfoot (feet)thighrearliptooth (teeth)





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    1. You stand on your

    2. The baby is crawling on his hands and

    3. You smell with your

    4. Her jeans are too tight around her

    5. The is in the middle of the arm. It can be painful when you play tennis.

    6. I have two feet and ten

    7. When you promise somebody not to tell a secret you say: 'My are sealed'

    8. He is carrying his son on his .

    9. After every meal you must gently brush your to avoid damaging your gums.

    10. This young woman has a very long (a custom of the Padaung tribe of Burma)









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