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  • 1. WHAT YOUR BODY DOES
  • 2. VERBS CONNECTED WITH THE MOUTH AND BREATHING • • • • • • • To breathe: respirar To yawn: bostezar To cough: toser To sneeze: estornudar To sigh: suspirar To hiccough: tener hipo To snore: roncar
  • 3. A nurse gave the old man the kiss of life and he started breathing again.
  • 4. If one person yawns everybody else seems to start too.
  • 5. It was so smoky in the room that he couldn’t stop coughing.
  • 6. She sighed with relief when she heard his plane had landed safety.
  • 7. Some people say that drinking out of the wrong side of a cup can help to stop you hiccoughing.
  • 8. He snored all night with his mouth wide open.
  • 9. VERBS CONNECTED WITH EATING AND THE DIGESTION • • • • • • • To burp: eruptar To chew: masticar To rumble: emitir un sonido sordo To swallow: tragarse To suck: chupar To lick: lamer To bite (bit, bitten): morder
  • 10. He patted the baby´s back to make burp after its feed.
  • 11. My granny used to say you should chew every mouthful ten times.
  • 12. Take a drink of water to help you swallow the pills.
  • 13. You are too old to suck your thumb!
  • 14. After having a meal, the cat licked itself clean.
  • 15. He always bites his nails when he’s nervous.
  • 16. VERBS CONNECTED WITH THE EYES AND FACE • • • • • To blink: parpadear, pestañear To wink: guiñar, parpadear To frown: fruncir el ceño To grin: sonreir To blush: sonrojarse, ruborizarse
  • 17. She blinked several times to try and get the dust out of her eye.
  • 18. He winked at me across the room to try and make me laugh.
  • 19. Why are you frowning? What´s the problem?
  • 20. She was so delighted with the present that she grinned from ear to ear.
  • 21. He blushed with embarrassment when she smiled to him.
  • 22. VERBS CONNECTED WITH THE WHOLE BODY • • • • To perspire/sweat: sudar To tremble: temblar To shiver: tiritar To shake, (shook, shaken): temblar, sacudir
  • 23. When it´s hot you sweat/perspire. (perspire is more formal)
  • 24. My hands tremble when I’ve been drinking too much coffee.
  • 25. Look at him! He’s so cold that he is shivering.
  • 26. The building shook in the earthquake.