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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3117: What your body does
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    What your body does


    What your body does.

    '...winking at you!'

    a- bite

    1-deep breath taken when relieved or unhappy

    b- blink


    c- blush

    3-heavy breathing noise made when asleep

    d- breathe

    4-close one eye

    e- grin

    5-cut through something with your teeth

    f- shiver

    6-go red

    g- sigh

    7-open and close both eyes rapidly

    h- snore

    8-smile broadly

    i- sweat

    9- tremble with cold

    j- wink

    10-use your lungs to take in air and exhale

    Test: match a word and a figure ( = the word is on the left, its definition is on the right) => associer 1 mot et 1 chiffre

    * Les verbes (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j) sont traduits (voir après le corrigé).

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    1. bite:

    2. blink:

    3. blush:

    4. breathe:

    5. grin:

    6. shiver:

    7. sigh:

    8. snore:

    9. sweat:

    10. wink:

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