lung  /lʌŋ/    

Your lungs are the two organs inside your chest which fill with air when you breathe in.

Your lungs are the two organs inside your chest which fill with air when you breathe in. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your lungs are the two organs inside your chest which fill with air when you breathe in.

 

e.g.    I opened the window and filled my lungs with cool fresh air.

I opened the window and filled my lungs with cool fresh air. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
I opened the window and filled my lungs with cool fresh air.

 

e.g.    Water had entered his lungs and he was choking.

Water had entered his lungs and he was choking. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Water had entered his lungs and he was choking.

 

e.g.   Your heart and lungs have to work harder if you’re overweight.

Your heart and lungs have to work harder if you're overweight. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your heart and lungs have to work harder if you’re overweight.

 

liver  /ˈlɪvər/

Your liver is a large organ in your body which processes your blood and helps to clean unwanted substances out of it.

Your liver is a large organ in your body which processes your blood. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your liver is a large organ in your body which processes your blood and helps to clean unwanted substances out of it.

 

e.g.   Two weeks ago, it was discovered the cancer had spread to his liver.

Two weeks ago, it was discovered the cancer had spread to his liver. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Internal Body Parts Vocabulary Words
Two weeks ago, it was discovered the cancer had spread to his liver.

 

e.g.    a nationwide appeal for a donor liver

a nationwide appeal for a donor liver - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Internal Body Parts Vocabulary Words
a nationwide appeal for a donor liver

 

stomach  /ˈstʌmək/    

Your stomach is the organ inside your body where food is digested before it moves into the intestines.

Your stomach is the organ inside your body where food is digested before it moves into the intestines. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your stomach is the organ inside your body where food is digested before it moves into the intestines.

 

e.g.   It’s not a good idea to drink (= alcohol) on an empty stomach.

It’s not a good idea to drink on an empty stomach. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
It’s not a good idea to drink on an empty stomach.

 

e.g.   I was hungry and my stomach had started growling/rumbling (= making noises).

I was hungry and my stomach had started growling. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
I was hungry and my stomach had started growling.

 

e.g.    Jane was asked to lie down on her stomach.

Jane was asked to lie down on her stomach. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Jane was asked to lie down on her stomach.

 

intestine  /ɪnˈtestɪn/    

Your intestines are the tubes in your body between the stomach and the anus. Food passes from the stomach to the small intestine and from there to the large intestine.

Your intestines are the tubes in your body between the stomach and the anus. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your intestines are the tubes in your body between the stomach and the anus. Food passes from the stomach to the small intestine and from there to the large intestine.

 

e.g.   Antibodies from the mother’s milk line the baby’s intestines and prevent infection.

Antibodies from the mother’s milk line the baby’s intestines and prevent infection. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Antibodies from the mother’s milk line the baby’s intestines and prevent infection.

 

kidney  /ˈkɪdni/    

Your kidneys are the organs in your body that take waste matter from your blood and send it out of your body as urine.

Your kidneys are the organs in your body that take waste matter from your blood and send it out of your body. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Your kidneys are the organs in your body that take waste matter from your blood and send it out of your body as urine.

 

e.g.    Andy was recovering from a kidney transplant operation.

Andy was recovering from a kidney transplant operation. - English Vocabulary - Inside the Body (Part 2) - Fun & Easy Ways to Learn Vocabulary Words
Andy was recovering from a kidney transplant operation.