Your body is important. If you want to taste a great Italian red wine, you use your mouth (bocca). To admire one of the Michelangelo’s masterpieces, your eyes (occhi) are crucial. Moreover, do not forget your stomach (stomaco), to taste the best pizza of your life!
Chatting about your body parts may not be one of your everyday tasks. However, if you really want to master the Italian language, you need to enhance your knowledge of the vocabulary. Moreover, it might come in handy in any typical doctor situation in Italy!
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Below, you will find an extensive list of the most common body parts in Italian!
Grammar Tip: Plurals
In English, the plural form of nouns is formed by adding an -s. However, in Italian things may be a little bit different. Some nouns that indicate body parts do not follow the regular rules of plural. Unfortunately, there is no proper rule to learn. You just have to memorise them as they follow:
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