eye  /aɪ/    

Your eyes are the parts of your body with which you see.

e.g.    Laura has something in her right eye.

Laura has something in her right eye. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Laura has something in her right eye.

 

ear  /ɪr/    

Your ears are the two parts of your body, one on each side of your head, with which you hear sounds.

e.g.    He whispered something in her ear.

He whispered something in her ear. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
He whispered something in her ear.

 

shoulder  /ˈʃoʊldər/    

Your shoulders are between your neck and the tops of your arms.

e.g.    John carried his daughter on his shoulders.

John carried his daughter on his shoulders. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
John carried his daughter on his shoulders.

 

arm  /ɑːrm/    

Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end.

e.g.    Sarah stretched her arms out.

Sarah stretched her arms out. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Sarah stretched her arms out.

 

hand  /hænd/    

Your hands are the parts of your body at the end of your arms. Each hand has four fingers and a thumb.

e.g.    Michelle was holding a cup of coffee in her right hand.

Michelle was holding a cup of coffee in her right hand. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Michelle was holding a cup of coffee in her right hand.

 

e.g.    Raise your hand if you know the answer.

Raise your hand if you know the answer. English Vocabulary - Body Parts (Lesson 3) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Words & Phrases
Raise your hand if you know the answer.