segunda-feira, 7 de fevereiro de 2011

Corpo – Body

 

Nessa postagem iremos conhecer algumas partes do corpo em inglês, vocês também poderão praticar a pronúncia com os vídeos e aprender algumas músicas referente as partes do corpo.

Segue abaixo algumas partes do corpo:

Fingers e Toes (dedos das mãos e dedos dos pés)


Dedos das mãos: (Fingers)

Polegar – Thumb
Indicador – Index finger, Forefinger, First finger
Médio – Middle finger, Long finger
Anelar – Ring finger
Mindinho (dedo mínimo) – Litlle finger, Pinkie (USA)

Dedos dos pés: (Toes)

Dedão – Big Toe
Quarto Dedo – Forth Toe
Terceiro Dedo – Third Toe
Segundo Dedo – Second Toe
Primeiro Dedo ou Dedinho do Pé – First Toe

 

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Parts of the body (Partes do Corpo)

Portuguese > English

 

 

 

 

 

Abdome – Abdomen
Amígdalas – Tonsils
Antebraço – Forearm
Ânus – Anus
Artéria – Artery
Axila – Armpit
Baço – Spleen
Barriga – Tummy, Stomach, Belly (informal)
Batata da Perna (Panturrilha) – Calf
Bexiga – Bladder
Braço – Arm
Boca – Mouth
Bochecha – Cheek
Body – Corpo
Cabeça – Head
Cabelo – Hair
Calcanhar – Heel
Canela – Shin
Cérebro – Brain
Cílios – Eyelash
Cílios – Eyelashes
Cintura – Waist
Coluna (Vertebral) – Spine
Coração – Heart
Costas – Back
Costela – Rib
Cotovelo – Elbow
Coxa – Thigh
Crânio – Skull
Dedo do Pé – Toe (plural: Toes)
Dedos – Fingers
Dente (1) – Tooth
Dentes (Plural) – Teeth
Esôfago – Esophagus
Estômago – Stomach
Face (Rosto) – Face
Fígado – Liver
Garganta – Throat
Gengiva – Gum
Glândulas – Glands
Intestino – Intestine
Intestino Delgado – Small intestine
Intestino Grosso – Large intestine
Joelho – Knee
Lábio – Lip (plural: Lips)
Língua – Tongue
Mão – Hand
Músculo – Muscle
Nádega – Buttock
Nariz – Nose
Nuca – Nape
Ombro – Shoulder
Orelha – Ear
Olho – Eye
Ovário – Ovary (plural – Ovaries)
Palma (da mão) – Palm
Pálpebra – Eyelid
Panturrilha (Batata da Perna) – Calf
Pâncrea – Pancrea
Peito (Tórax) – Chest
Pele – Skin
Pé (1) – Foot
Pés (Plural) – Feet
Perna – Leg
Pescoço – Neck
Polegar – Thumb
Pulmão - Lung
Pulso – Wrist
Quadril – Hip
Queixo – Chin
Reto – Rectum
Rim – Kidney
Rosto (Face) – Face
Seio (Peito de mulher) – Breast
Sobrancelha – Eyebrow
Testa – Forehead
Testículos – Testicles
Tornozelo – Ankle
Tronco – Trunk
Umbigo – Navel
Unha – Nail
Unha da mão – Fingernail
Unha do pé – Toenail
Útero – Womb
Veia – Vein
Vesícula Biliar – Gallbladder

 

PRONUNCIATION:

SONG:

Head, shoulders, Knees and toes

Head, shoulders, Knees and toes, Knees and toes. (2x)
Eyes and years, mouth and nose.
Head, shoulders, Knees and toes, Knees and toes.

 

Where is Thumbkin?
(Finger Play)

Where is thumbkin? Where is thumbkin?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you today sir?
Very well I thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Where is pointer? Where is pointer?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you today sir?
Very well I thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Where is tallman? Where is tallman?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you today sir?
Very well I thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Where is ring finger? Where is ring finger?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you today sir?
Very well I thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Where is pinkie? Where is pinkie?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you today sir?
Very well I thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Where's the whole family? Where's the whole family?
Here we are. Here we are.
How are you today sir?
Very well we thank you.
Run away. Run away.

Ten Little Fingers (Song)
Tune:
Ten Little Indians

One little, two little, three little fingers.
Four little, five little, six little fingers.
Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers.
Ten fingers on my hand.

Ten little, nine little, eight little fingers.
Seven little, six little, five little fingers.
Four little, three little, two little fingers.
One finger on my hand.

 

One Finger One Thumb

One finger, one thumb, keep moving. (3x)
We all stay merry and bright.

One finger, one thumb, one arm, keep moving. (3x)

We all stay merry and bright.

One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg, keep moving. (3x)
We all stay merry and bright.

One finger, one thumb, one arm, one leg, stand up sit down, keep moving. (3x)
We all stay merry and bright.

That’s it! (É isso aí!)

Good Job! (Bom trabalho)

***VEJA MAIS UMA MATÉRIA SOBRE O CONTEÚDO “BODY”,
É SÓ CLICAR NO LINK ABAIXO:

Corpo – Atividades (Body – Activities) http://inglesnodiaadia.blogspot.com/2011/02/atividades-corpo.html

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