English Vocabulary for Organs

Learn Organs in English

This is a lesson to help you learn the names of the organs in English. There are eight learning methods for you to work through, including five different games and three different types of flashcard. At the end, there are three example sentences for each word.

Vocabulary Games for

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Table of Contents

  • Match-the-Pairs Game
  • Memory Game
  • Basic Flash Cards
  • Spell-the-Word Game
  • Multi-Choice Test
  • Learn with Hangman!
  • "Sentence" Flash Cards
  • "Missing Word" Flash Cards
  • Example Sentences

Match-the-Pairs Game

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  • Your mission is to match each picture with the correct word in as few a clicks as possible.
  • There are three pictures in each set, and there are sets to complete.
  • Click on your first square to start. Good luck!
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Memory Game

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  • Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
  • Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
  • This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
  • Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
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Basic Flash Cards

Spell-the-Word Game

Spell the word represented by the picture.

Multi-Choice Test

Select the correct word or picture.

Learn with Hangman!

Hangman is a classic word game. In this version, the hidden word is one of the words from the "organs" category. Choose your first letter to start.
  • Guess the hidden word by choosing one letter at a time.
  • If you guess a letter in the hidden word, then all is good.
  • If you guess a letter that is not in the hidden word, then the hangman starts to build the gallows.
  • If the gallows are completed, you lose.
  • Good luck!
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Create Your Own Version of This Game

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"Sentence" Flash Cards

Click on the box to see the word in a sentence.

"Missing Word" Flash Cards

Click on the box to see the missing word in a sentence.

Example Sentences

Here are 3 sentences for each of the following words from the "organs" category:
  • bladder, brain, ear, eye, female reproductive system, gall bladder, heart, intestine, kidneys, liver, lungs, male reproductive system, nose, pancreas, stomach, thyroid
bladder

bladder

  • The bladder is the organ in your body that holds urine until you're ready to go to the bathroom.
  • When your bladder is full, you might feel the need to use the restroom.
  • Drinking plenty of water helps keep your bladder healthy and functioning properly.
brain

brain

  • Your brain is like the control center of your body; it helps you think, learn, and remember things.
  • When you solve puzzles or do homework, you're using your brain to think and solve problems.
  • The brain is protected by your skull, which acts like a helmet for your head.
ear

ear

  • Your ears allow you to hear sounds like music, voices, and the chirping of birds.
  • If you cover your ears with your hands, you can block out some of the noise around you.
  • It's essential to take good care of your ears and protect them from loud noises to prevent hearing problems.
eye

eye

  • Your eyes help you see the beautiful colors of the world, like the blue sky and green grass.
  • When you read a book or watch a movie, you use your eyes to see the words and images.
  • Wearing sunglasses on a sunny day can protect your eyes from the bright sunlight.
female reproductive system

female reproductive system

  • The female reproductive system includes organs like the ovaries and uterus, which play a crucial role in having babies.
  • Girls have a female reproductive system, while boys have a different system called the male reproductive system.
  • Doctors can help take care of the female reproductive system to ensure it stays healthy.
gall bladder

gall bladder

  • The gall bladder is a small organ that stores a special liquid called bile, which helps digest food.
  • If someone has problems with their gall bladder, they may need to make changes in their diet.
  • Surgeons can remove the gall bladder if it's causing health issues, and the person can still live a healthy life without it.
heart

heart

  • Your heart is a powerful muscle that pumps blood to all parts of your body, keeping you alive.
  • When you exercise or play sports, your heart beats faster to supply your muscles with more blood and oxygen.
  • A healthy diet and regular exercise are essential for keeping your heart strong and in good shape.
intestine

intestine

  • Your intestine is a long tube in your body where food is further digested and nutrients are absorbed.
  • It's in your intestine that your body takes in the vitamins and minerals it needs to stay healthy.
  • Problems with the intestine can lead to digestive issues, so it's important to eat a balanced diet.
kidneys

kidneys

  • Your kidneys are bean-shaped organs that help filter waste and excess fluids from your blood to make urine.
  • Having healthy kidneys is vital for maintaining your body's balance of water and electrolytes.
  • If you drink plenty of water, it can help your kidneys do their job more effectively.
liver

liver

  • The liver is a large organ that performs many essential functions, including detoxifying your blood and producing bile for digestion.
  • Some people call the liver the "chemical factory" of the body because of its crucial role in processing various substances.
  • It's important to take care of your liver by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and avoiding excessive alcohol consumption.
lungs

lungs

  • Your lungs allow you to breathe in fresh air and exhale carbon dioxide, which is essential for your body's oxygen supply.
  • When you exercise or run, your lungs work harder to provide your muscles with the oxygen they need.
  • Smoking can harm your lungs and make it harder for you to breathe, so it's best to avoid it.
male reproductive system

male reproductive system

  • The male reproductive system includes organs like the testes and the penis, which are responsible for producing sperm and hormones.
  • Boys have a male reproductive system, while girls have a different system called the female reproductive system.
  • It's important for males to take care of their male reproductive system to ensure their overall health.
nose

nose

  • Your nose allows you to smell delicious foods, beautiful flowers, and even unpleasant odors.
  • If you have a stuffy nose, it can be challenging to breathe through it, so you might use a tissue or nasal spray to feel better.
  • When you catch a cold, your nose may run, and you might sneeze a lot as your body fights off the germs.
pancreas

pancreas

  • The pancreas is a vital organ that produces insulin, a hormone that helps regulate your blood sugar levels.
  • People with diabetes may have problems with their pancreas and need to monitor their blood sugar carefully.
  • A healthy diet and lifestyle can support your pancreas in its role of maintaining your body's sugar balance.
stomach

stomach

  • Your stomach is where your body begins to digest the food you eat, breaking it down into smaller pieces.
  • When your stomach is empty, it might growl and make noises, which is perfectly normal.
  • Some foods can be tough on your stomach, so it's important to eat a balanced diet to keep it healthy.
thyroid

thyroid

  • The thyroid is a small gland in your neck that produces hormones that help control your metabolism.
  • Problems with the thyroid can affect your energy levels and weight, so it's crucial to keep it functioning properly.
  • Doctors can perform tests to check the health of your thyroid and recommend treatments if needed.
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This page was written by Craig Shrives.