Body and mind

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Body and mind by Mind Map: Body and mind

1. The human body

1.1. Parts of the body / head, calf, chin, heel, thumb, sole, stomach, throat, arms, chest, legs, foot.../

1.2. Injuries /Somebody kicked me while I was playing football. /

1.3. It's part of my (face/leg/hand/...)

1.3.1. It's at the front/back/end of my... It's between my...and my...

2. Public healt?

2.1. Healthy appetite

2.1.1. Eat a lots of fruits and vegetables

2.1.2. Drink a lot of water

2.1.3. Avoid food that contains a lot calories and fat

2.1.4. Get vitamins from fruits and vegetables, not from pills

3. Tenses

3.1. Past simple / to talk about completed events in the past/ (yesterday, two years ago, last week) "I went to London last weekend."

3.1.1. We use

3.2. Present perfect /A, to say how long a current situation has existed (for, since) "I've worked here for a year." (still work)

3.2.1. We use

3.3. B, to talk about an experience at an unspecified time int the past. "Have you ever been to Paris?"

3.4. C, to talk about recent events that have a connection with the present (already, just, yet) "I've just got my exam result

3.5. Present perfect continuous /A, to talk about: an action that began in the past and still in progress (for, since) "We have been playing tennis for an hour."

3.5.1. We use

3.6. B, an action that has recently stopped and which explains the present situation. "I've been carry these bags. That's why I'm tired.

4. All in the mind

4.1. Firewalking

4.2. Hypnosis

4.3. Telekinesis

5. At the doctor's

5.1. Symptoms

5.1.1. Blocked up, dizzy, itchy, rash, sore, stiff, swollen, temperature

5.2. Illnesses

5.2.1. headache, earache, stomach ache, backache, a blocked nose, a runny nose

5.2.2. I'm feeling so weak./ My shins are bruised./ My right ankle is very swollen.

6. An announcement

6.1. How can we write it?

6.1.1. use capitals to emphasise key words or phrases

6.1.2. present key information (the time, date, place, cost...) in note form

6.1.3. or in a list with bullet points

6.1.4. use rhetorical questions

6.1.5. end with a strong and memorable final message