A2 The Body Explanation

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The Body Explanation is set at an A2 Pre-Intermediate Level. This is an explanation about the different functions of the parts of the body.
The language to explain the body is at the level required to be successful in the Cambridge Assessment English A2 Key and other tests set at a similar level. 

A2 The Body Explanation

When you talk about parts of someone’s body you usually need to say my, your, his, etc. Your brain is inside your head

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