Have you ever wanted to know the parts of the body in English? Well, here’s a picture to help you.
First of all, the large bone in the head is called the skull. Across the shoulders there are four bones, two for the left should and two for the right. The two thin horizontal ones at the front are called the clavicle and the two large flat ones at the back of the shoulder are called the scapula. The long pole of bones that joint the head to the legs is called the spine and is made up of thirty three small bones called vertebrae. Joined to the spine, and under the chest are the ribs. They protect your internal organs, like the heart and lungs.
Now we come to the arm and the leg bones. The bone in the top part of the arm is called the humerus and the two in the bottom part are called the radius (the thicker one) and the ulna (the thinner). The bone at the top of the leg is called the femur and the two at the bottom are called the tibia (the thicker one) and the fibula (the thinner one). The bone that forms the knee is formally called the patella, but is most commonly called the knee cap. Lastly, the leg bones are joined to the spine by the pelvis. If you’re still confused, here’s a picture to help you.