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Parts of the Face

Essential Vocabulary for the Face

Some of the very first essential vocabulary words that we learn are those for our face and body! And while you may already know many general terms for parts of the body, there always seems to be certain parts of the face that people forget how to say. In today’s blog post you will learn not only the essential words for general parts of the face but some spcefic vocab as well to immediately boost your English level.

Body and Face Vocabulary Explanation:
Let’s dive deeper into specific words we use to describe parts of the face.

Hair:
Description: The strands that grow on your head. Perhaps you are blonde, brunette, or a red-head.

Head:
Description: The upper part of your body that contains your brain.

Eyes:
Description: The organs you use for seeing. Maybe you have bad vision and have to wear glasses to see well.

Teeth:
Description: Hard structures in your mouth used for biting and chewing. Maybe when you were younger your teeth were crooked and you needed braces!

Forehead:
Description: The front part of your head; the round area right above your eyebrows.

Nose:
Description: The part of your face used for breathing and smelling. The sense assosciated with the nose is scent!. You smell with your nose.

Cheeks:
Description: The soft, round parts on each side of your face below your eyes.
Example: When she’s happy, her cheeks turn rosy.

Dimples:
Description: The little indents that some people have in their cheeks when they smile.

Jaw:
Description: the angular part of the bottom of your face right below your moth. If you have a defined jaw you can say you have a sharp jawline.

Now you know not only a good group of vocab words for describing the face but some descriptive words that frequently accompany certain body parts!

Test out your knowledge with the exam below!:

Parts of the Face

Try to fill in the blanks of the following sentences with the correct facial part!

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