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  • 1. ILLNESS AND DISEASES
  • 2. PARTS OF THE BODY
  • 3. HEADNECK(THROAT)SHOULDERCHESTBACKSTOMACH
  • 4. ARM HANDS FINGERSELBOW NAILS WRIST
  • 5. LEGS KNEE THIGH CALFFOOT (SINGULAR)FEET (PLURAL)ANKLETOESHEEL
  • 6. PARTS OF THE FACE
  • 7. EYEMOUTHNOSECHEEKTONGUECHINFOREHEADTOOTH(SINGULAR)TEETH(PLURAL)
  • 8. DISEASES• To talk about Diseases, we use thefollowing words:• ACHE• PAIN• HURT• SORE
  • 9. ACHE• DEFINITION: this word is used to expressphysical pain, usually for constant andslight pain.We use them in 2 ways:* As a nounEx. I have a head-ache* As a verbEx. My head is aching
  • 10. Activity 1• Create sentences using the word ACHEas a VERB and as a NOUNEx. He has a BACKACHE.His back is ACHINGa lot.
  • 11. PAIN• DEFINITION: We use this word only as aNOUN, to describe an unpleasant bodysensation, caused by an injury or anillness. It is usually used to talk aboutsome severe ache.Ex. He feels a strong PAINin the chest.
  • 12. PAIN• We can use this word to express physicaland emotional suffering.*Physical*Emotional
  • 13. Activity 2• Use the word PAIN for the followingpictures.Ex. He has a PAIN in theknee
  • 14. HURT• DEFINITION: We use this word as aVERB. It’s the action of causing pain. It’sfor physical and emotional pain.Ex. You always HURTmy feelings!
  • 15. Activity 3What does it hurt?Ex. Her elbow hurts.
  • 16. SORE• DEFINITION: We use it as anADJECTIVE, to describe a pain usuallyrelated to irritation or inflammation.Ex. She has a SORE throat
  • 17. Activity 4• Create sentences using the word SOREwith the following pictures.