lesson 3 VOCABULARY: The body and Stuff

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VOCABULARY:
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The body and Stuff

your face
the space between the eyebrows, eyebrow
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forehead, eyelid, eyelash, bags (under the eyes), chin
pupil, iris, cheek, chubby cheek

Vocabulary for the woman body
neck, nipple, waist, belly button, hip, leg, ankle
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shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist, hand, finger, knee, foot
You can see her boobs and her lady parts! Shameless!

woman - back
butt, thigh, toe, heel; the top part of your leg above your knee
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back of the neck, shoulder blade, ass or bottom
American English the part of your body that you sit on;

Vocabulary for an elegant man
shirt, coat, pocket, pants (AmE), trousers (BrE)
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hat, tie, belt, gloves, shoes
shoelace

Vocabulary for the man's body
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is the same as for a woman's body, but with a few differences.

Here they are:
Chest hair This is especially for macho men, but some women can have it, too.
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Men don't have boobs. They only have a chest.
But they have nipples

Penis
It has so many names because most men are very proud of having one.
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also called: cock, dick, phallus or hot-dog

Testicles or balls
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It's plural because there are two.
socks

The 5 senses
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sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch

You can get pleasure through the five senses if you don't have any disability.
I have refined taste. His touch is unpleasant.
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My sense of smell is almost non-existent.
Speak up! My hearing is getting worse. She fell in love at first sight.

This is what we do to earn money.

Use the article A/AN before a job.
A pianist, a mobster (a member of a criminal group, especially American English)
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I'm a waitress. A pastry chef. An art critic. A Hotel attendant.
a waitress, a butcher, a homeless person.

family
husband, wife
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grandmother, grandfather, mother, father, mother-in-law, daughter-in-law
son, daughter, brother, sister

Carrie and Phil got married 24 years ago.
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John, their son, is 24 years old.

Carrie and Phil usually say he was conceived on their wedding night,
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but the family knows it was before.

Elisa is a rebellious teenager.
She wants to be different and, more than anything, she doesn't want to be like her mother.
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She is 14 years old. She hates to spend time with her family.

Elisa has a sister in law.
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Sue, who has brought a new baby into the family and the new tradition of barbecuing on Sundays.

The grandparents are in love with little Madeleine, as is John, but there is something they don't know:
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John is not really her father.
That's a little family secret.

How many siblings do you have?
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I have 4 siblings. I have 2 brothers and 2 sisters. But I would prefer to have none.

hallway, living room, kitchen, bathroom, storage room bedroom

furniture
carpet or rug, lamp
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stool, chair, armchair, sofa or couch
bookshelf, table

Let's eat!
8 a.m. 12 p.m. any time 7 p.m.
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breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner

Honey, I'm so happy that you aren't cooking.
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What exactly do you mean?

appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, pasta

Main courses
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fish, seafood, meats, side dishes
chicken, pork, beef

sweet food that you eat after the main part of a meal

wines, sodas, beers

Food vocabulary
pretzel, noodles, fried egg, omelet, chips
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french fries, burger, cheeseburger, chicken wings, sausage, hot dog
olive oil, ketchup & mustard, salt & pepper

Food vocabulary 2
loaf of bread, mashed potatoes
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onion rings, pepperoni pizza, sushi, bread, cheese
pickles

Food vocabulary 3
donut, muffin, croissant
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jam, marshmallows, cookie, butter, sugar
cheesecake, peanut butter

shrimp, mussels

vegetables
parsley, mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, garlic
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onion, peas, tomato, cucumber
carrot, eggplant, artichoke, green beans, red pepper

fruit
pineapple, lemon, melon, strawberry, banana
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peach, coconut, pear, watermelon

peanuts, almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts


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