Learning English: Lesson #5 – Body Parts

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Here is our fifth online English lesson. In this lesson we show you how to say the names of the human body parts. We cover the head, neck, shoulder, chest, stomach, arm, elbow, hand, finger, leg, knee, foot, and toe. Special thanks to Steve Peisch for acting as the water fountain stranger. We hope you enjoyed out little lesson. Subscribe to our channel and stay tuned for more!

Welcome to our free ESL YouTube series! If you want to learn to speak English online, you’ve come to the right place. Our online lessons are created to teach you how to speak English in an intuitive way. As often as possible, we want to show you what we are talking about. You won’t find much in the way of written text on our videos and that is intentional. We want you to learn to speak English in the same way that we all learned to speak our native languages as babies – by hearing it instead of reading it. Our program is designed to be an immersion experience. By watching our lessons you will form a direct link in your brain between an object and the English word for that object – without needing to translate via your native language.

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