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A person has hair on top of his head.
Men have short hair.
Women have long hair.
Some men are bald.
The hair of old people is usually gray or white.
The face.
We have two eyes on our faces.
They are brown, blue, green, black.
Some people have hazel eyes.
Which is a green and blue together.
We say a person has a good eye if he can see very well.
We say the eyes are the windows of the soul.
We also have two ears and two lips.
Our nose is in the middle of our face.
We say someone is nosy, and "Don't nose around there".
The mouth has two lips and inside is our tongue and teeth.
If someone speaks too loudly, we say he has a big mouth.
The tongue.
The tongue is in our mouth.
When we are healthy, the tongue is red.
When we are sick or tired the tongue is gray.
If someone says something bad about another person.
We say he has a sharp tongue.
"Bite your tongue" means to be quiet and not say anything.
Tooth and teeth.
We have 32 teeth in our mouths.
To have a tooth pulled means to go to the dentist and have an extraction.
A dentist fills cavities in our teeth.
And the dental hygienist cleans our teeth.
Lions have sharp teeth.
Crocodiles have long and sharp teeth.
An elephant has two big teeth called tusks.
The ears.
Ears are on the side of the head.
We hear with our ears.
Donkeys have long ears.
Elephants have longer ears than donkey.
We sometimes say the walls have ears.
The neck.
The neck holds up the head.
People have short necks.
Giraffes have long necks.
An elephant has a thick neck.
The back.
Horses and donkeys have strong back.
People sit on the backs of horses and donkeys.
"Put your back to it" means to work hard.
We have a left arm and a right arm.
Two hands and five fingers on each hand.
Which hand do you use, the right or the left?
We say someone is right handed or left handed.
The legs.
We have two legs, two feet and five toes on each foot.
Which foot do you kick with?