|medicus nunc te videbit|
The second part of the lesson took the form of a game of body bingo. Using picture clues
given on the board, students had to guess the English for the Greek and Latin body/medical words on their cards. Some, like dentes were easy to guess (from the clue, dentist), but others were a little trickier. Now we all know, though, how venter (stomach) gives us ventriloquist (person who can talk without moving their lips), and lacrima (tears) gives us lachrymose (tearful).
|A big cerebrum makes him cerebral|
Next week is our end-of-term treat, a trip to the cinema to see Clash of the Titans: don't forget to return your permission slips. I'll bring sweets ;-)