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Santillana U5 D1 y 3

El Cuerpo

QuestionAnswer
el cuerpo body
la cabeza head
el pelo hair
los ojos eyes
la nariz nose
las orejas/los oídos ears
la cara face
los dientes teeth
las muelas molars
la boca mouth
la lengua tongue
el cuello neck
la garganta throat
el pecho chest
el brazo arm
la mano hand
los dedos fingers/toes
la espalda back
el estómago stomach
la cadera hip
la pierna leg
el pie foot
ver to see
oír to hear
oler to smell
saborear to taste
tocar to touch
decir (i) to say
el enfermo the sick (person)
el enfermero nurse
el médico doctor
la farmacia pharmacy
¿Qué te pasa? What is going on?
dolor de... ...ache/pain
la fiebre fever
la tos cough
la gripe flu
el resfriado cold (sickness)
débil weak
fuerte strong
cansado tired
doler (ue) to hurt; ache
Created by: NMSElliott