In this article we will give you some tips and vocabulary with correct pronunciation so that you can communicate effectively about body parts in English. With what you have learned, you should be able to have a simple conversation and say what is going on with your body in English. You probably already know some words related to the human body, such as nose, feet, or eyes. I hope you have now learned something about body parts in English. The next time you have to talk about your body in a medical emergency or in everyday conversation, you certainly won’t have a problem with it. However, you will have to learn a little more to be fluent, especially if you are on vacation in an English-speaking country and you have an emergency. Your body is like your home, so it is very important to know your body parts. As you may have noticed, the list of body parts is quite long. For example, do you know how to say “you have a headache” in English? Or how to talk about an internal organ? But don’t worry. Limbs are necessary for moving, manipulating objects, working, and interacting with the outside world, to name a few. Muscles allow us to move objects, propel ourselves, and perform functions such as smiling or chewing. Bones provide support, shape, and structure to our bodies. See the table below for more information about limb details in English. They also provide protection, such as the skull, which protects the brain like a helmet, and to which the facial muscles are also attached. It is here that most of our senses, which are necessary for communication and perception of the outside world, are located.