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Las Partes del Cuerpo Humano

58 [fifty-eight]

Parts of the body

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58 [cincuenta y ocho]

Las Partes del Cuerpo Humano

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I am drawing a man. Es--- d-------- u- h-----.
First the head. Pr----- l- c-----.
The man is wearing a hat. El h----- t---- p----- u- s-------.
   
One cannot see the hair. No s- p---- v-- s- c------.
One cannot see the ears either. No s- p----- v-- s-- o----- t------.
One cannot see his back either. No s- p---- v-- s- e------ t------.
   
I am drawing the eyes and the mouth. Es--- d-------- l-- o--- y l- b---.
The man is dancing and laughing. El h----- e--- b------- y r-----.
The man has a long nose. El h----- t---- u-- n---- l----.
   
He is carrying a cane in his hands. Él l---- u- b----- e- s-- m----.
He is also wearing a scarf around his neck. (É-) t------ l---- u-- b------ a-------- d- s- c-----.
It is winter and it is cold. Es i------- y h--- f---.
   
The arms are athletic. Lo- b----- s-- f------.
The legs are also athletic. La- p------ t------ s-- f------.
The man is made of snow. El h----- e--- h---- d- n----.
   
He is neither wearing pants nor a coat. (É-) n- l---- n- p--------- n- a----- / s--- (a-.).
But the man is not freezing. Pe-- e- h----- n- s- c------.
He is a snowman. (É-) e- u- m----- d- n----.
   
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