Le parti del corpo in Italiano – Body parts in Italian

Le parti del corpo in Italiano – Body parts in Italian

Knowing body parts in Italian can come in handy in quite a few situations, especially when something unpleasant happens.

 

I’m talking about when you have to go to an Emergency Room and explain what’s wrong.

 

Not every doctor or nurse is prepared to welcome patients from other countries. This is especially true if you’re visiting or living in a small town. Therefore, you will have to be a little bit patient and be the one to make the first step forward.

 

In other words, knowing how to name your hurting body part will save you a lot of time and frustration. Sure, pointing at what’s hurting you can help, but it can also be a bit confusing.

 

Sometimes, even a simple word can give a precious clue to the professional who’s taking care of you.

 

So, without delaying it any further, this week’s podcast will show you how to name body parts in Italian.

 

Here you have the video lesson that will help you read, spell, pronounce and remember body parts.

 

Don’t forget to play the game at the end of the video to make the most out of it.

 

BODY PARTS IN ITALIAN

 

LET’S PLAY

 

This week’s game to help you remember Italian words is a crossword puzzle.

 

The rules are simple:

 

  1. Click on the boxes with a number in it
  2. See the pictures that the boxes will show
  3. Write the name of the body part that you see (without any article)
  4. Complete the puzzle
  5. Press on the submit button

 

Have fun! 🙂

 

Are you already in my community? You can join now by downloading my free food vocabulary worksheet and learn Italian with games. You will also get the chance to join my private Facebook group Fun Italian for Beginners. There, you will find more games, video lessons and the opportunity to ask any question you have. I will see you there. 🙂

Gloria Spagnoli
Gloria Spagnoli
I help beginners of Italian take their first steps, speak from day one and learn Italian at their pace and by having fun.