head  /hed/    

Your head is the top part of your body, which has your eyes, mouth, and brain in it.

e.g.    Sarah nodded her head in agreement.

Sarah nodded her head in agreement. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 1) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Sarah nodded her head in agreement.

 

hair  /her/    

Your hair is the fine threads that grow in a mass on your head.

e.g.    I’m having my hair cut this afternoon.

I'm having my hair cut this afternoon. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 1) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
I’m having my hair cut this afternoon.

 

neck  /nek/    

Your neck is the part of your body which joins your head to the rest of your body.

e.g.    She wore a scarf around her neck.

She wore a scarf around her neck. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 1) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
She wore a scarf around her neck.

 

chest  /tʃest/    

Your chest is the top part of the front of your body where your ribs, lungs, and heart are.

e.g.    Susan went to the doctor complaining of chest pains.

Susan went to the doctor complaining of chest pains. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 1) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Susan went to the doctor complaining of chest pains.

 

back  /bæk/    

Your back is the part of your body between your head and your legs that is on the opposite side to your chest and stomach.

e.g.    Do you sleep on your back or your front?

Do you sleep on your back or your front? English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 1) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Do you sleep on your back or your front?