Englisch Thematischer Grund- und Aufbauwortschatz (TGAW) Kapitel 2

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human (adj)

human being
body (n)
bone (n)
         
skin (n)


Old Mr Pim's only skin and bone now.
blood (n)

give blood
heart (n)

heart attack

heart disease
         
breath (n)

Nora was out of breath after the long walk.

take a deep breath
stomach (n)

You shouldn't swim on a full stomach.
brain (n)

Jason's only got fast cars on the brain.
         
head (n)
hair (n)

I must have my hair cut soon.
ear (n)

Anne has a good ear for music.
         
face (n)

We like to settle our differences face to face.
forehead (n)
eye (n)

it happened before her very eyes.
         
nose (n)

It's as plain as the nose on your face. (idiom)
cheek (n)

Sandy and Jonathan were dancing cheek to cheek.
mouth (n)
         
lip (n)
tongue (n)
tooth, (pl) teeth (n)
         
chin (n)
beard (n)
throat (n)

The mugger seized his victim by the throat.

Shirley cleared her throat before she began du speak.
         
neck (n)

How did George die? - He broke his neck while riding last weekend.
shoulder (n)
arm (n)
         
elbow (n)
hand (n)

In Britain, people don't shake hands very often.
finger (n)

fingertip
         
nail (n)

fingernail

toenail
nail (n)

fingernail

toenail
chest (n)
         
breast (n)
back (n)
leg (n)
         
knee (n)
foot, (pl) feet (n)

on foot
barefoot, barefooted (adv;adj)
         
toe (n)
tiptoe (n)

stand on tiptoe
heel (n)
         
physical (adj)

The doctor said she was in good physical condition.

physical exercise
organ (n)

the internal organs
tissue (n)
         
cell (n)
muscle (n)
muscle (n)
         
vein (n)
nerve (n)
nervous system (n)
         
tonsils (n, pl)

Carld had his tonsils out.
liver (n)
kidney (n)
         
appendix (n)
rib (n)
joint (n)
         
ankle (n)
thumb (n)
wrist (n)
         
palm (n)
limb (n)

risk life and limb (idiom)
hip (n)
         
waist (n)

stripped to the waist
buttocks (n, pl)
penis (n)
         
vagina (n)
eyelid (n)
eyelash (n)
         
eyebrow (n)

Wendy raised her eyebrows in surprise.
moustache (n)
woman, pl women (n)
         
man, pl men (n)
female (adj; n inform)
male (adj, n inform)
         
girlfriend (n)



boyfriend (n)
partner (n)
love (n)

Betty was John's first love.

fall in love with sb

be in love with sb

make love to sb
         
love (v)

He loves her madly.
kiss (n;v)

She kissed him goodbye.
sex (n)

have sex with sb
         
pill (n)

be on the pill
pleasure (n)

take pleasure in sth
puberty (n)
         
period (n)
fertile (adj)
sperm (n)
         
reproduction (n)
pregnant (adj)
womb (n)
         
abortion (n)
birth control (n)
contraceptive (n)
         
condom (n)

French letter (BE), rubber (AE)
pet, petted, petted (v inform)
foreplay (n)
         
naked (adj)
virgin (n)
sexual (adj)

Did you know that Janet had a sexual relationship with Leo?

sexual intercourse
         
heterosexual (adj, n)
homosexual (adj, n)
gay (adj, n)
         
lesbian (adj, n)
affection (n)

Don't you feel any affection towards him?

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