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  • Hey, Mr Re, you smell something?

  • Ooh, Clean yourself.

  • Alright.

  • Today's lesson is cleaning yourself.

  • Okay?

  • Some things I don't have on the board, but I'll just say it.

  • I'm gonna want you to remember, But sometimes, like right now it's summer in Toronto.

  • It's very, very hot So people need to wear deodorant.

  • We'll get to that.

  • But you need to clean yourself people.

  • What do I mean?

  • Well, for you Because you and I, you and I are very good.

  • But maybe you will have to tell somebody else about their smells.

  • Now there is a lesson on innovate about senses.

  • We talk about sniffing and smelling and you'll understand why that is so Please go look for it.

  • Okay?

  • And you'll go.

  • You'll understand.

  • Why when?

  • Alright, so clean yourself.

  • Well, what does that mean?

  • Things get dirty.

  • What that means is things Come on it and you need to clean, like on your computer screen.

  • Sometimes there are things and you wipe it and then it looks better.

  • When humans clean themselves, they don't smell or look bad.

  • So let's go to the board and see So, Mr E, where should we start?

  • Well, how about everyday things every day.

  • There is some things you should do.

  • Not you, of course.

  • You and I know those other people, right?

  • Okay.

  • So what we do and we know is first thing we do is well, I'm a man, so I shave my face right now.

  • We don't usually say I shave my face in English.

  • We don't.

  • We say I shave first person.

  • I you shave.

  • Okay?

  • We don't say the other part.

  • We Onley say the other part when it's part of our bodies.

  • Okay?

  • Because when we look, we always see our face.

  • And when we're not in front of a mirror, we never see our face.

  • But we know it's us.

  • You and me.

  • Okay?

  • The other parts belong to us, but we'll get there in a second.

  • So I shave.

  • You shave, he shaves.

  • Okay, Now what else do we do?

  • Well, before I shave, and I'm sure you do.

  • You wash your face, you take some water and clean with some soap.

  • Yeah, you clean it, then you can shave.

  • Now.

  • If you don't clean your face, bad things happen.

  • You get something on your face and you have to go in English.

  • We call that pop as it that thing is called as it or sometimes people call it a pimple.

  • Pimple.

  • Okay, you get a pimple on your face, squeeze the pimple, pop the zit.

  • Okay, so you might have to pop a zit.

  • Now it's slang.

  • So you don't want to say, Hey, I washed today.

  • My faith dirty.

  • I goto opposite.

  • Don't get people go.

  • You're a dirty clean yourself.

  • This won't happen.

  • Okay, so this is my face.

  • But what else is in my face?

  • Teeth.

  • We all have teeth.

  • If you want to keep your teeth.

  • I know you want to keep your teeth because you have a beautiful smile.

  • I can see it from here.

  • If you want to keep that, you have to do two things.

  • It will also save you money from the dentist.

  • Number one.

  • You should brush your teeth.

  • Brush them, you know, take a brush.

  • We often use toothpaste.

  • So you need toothpaste and a toothbrush and I brush.

  • That's the verb we use when we do this.

  • Just as washes what we do for our face.

  • I know it's soap and water, but we'd say wash your face and everyone knows Soap, water, brush teeth.

  • This with toothpaste.

  • Okay, What's the other thing?

  • Not everyone does this, but we also floss our teeth.

  • Okay, so you say I flossed many times in English.

  • They just say I've lost or I'm flossing.

  • We don't safe lost teeth because everybody knows you on leaf loss your teeth.

  • So you go.

  • Hey, I've lost this morning.

  • I didn't floss this morning, but we do say I brushed my teeth this morning.

  • You don't say I brush.

  • People will go brush.

  • What?

  • I don't understand.

  • So I brush my teeth, but I lost.

  • Okay, so this one is just I lost now.

  • Face and head.

  • Do we forget something?

  • Well, James has no hair, Mr.

  • He has no hair.

  • But sometimes you can brush your hair with a brush.

  • And it looks like this or comb combs look like this.

  • They have teeth.

  • If you have nice hair, you comb your hair.

  • So don't forget to comb your hair after you brush your teeth so you could look pretty all right.

  • Now, Mr he was smelling well because the body down here can smell sometimes.

  • And if you go here, you need to take a shower.

  • That means you go underwater and the water comes down like rain.

  • So you say I need a shower because I don't smell good or I need a shower so I can feel good if you have more time.

  • What we do is we take a bath.

  • Sometimes you hear Canadians say I bathe Ah lot or I don't bathe.

  • I take a shower both, and bathe are basically the same.

  • Bathing is the action.

  • A bus is the thing.

  • So you take a bath or you bathe.

  • Okay?

  • You do not take a bathe.

  • Alright.

  • So bathed tonight I can smell you from here.

  • Okay, Now we talked about shower and bathe and that's for your body.

  • We've talked about washing our face Well, we have nails.

  • Wolverine Animal.

  • We have nails like animals.

  • But humans were better than animals.

  • We take care of our nails.

  • So what I want to go is here.

  • Our hands and our feet are hands.

  • When you cut or clip notices cuts, we cut our nails.

  • We have a special tool called a nail clipper.

  • The nail clipper could be used for your fingers or your toes so you can say, Hey, I need a nail clipper to cut my so my toenails or my fingernails.

  • OK, these things all right, we do that.

  • You can also call it a manicure.

  • And manicure is when you go to a special place and they do it for you because we're rich, we get our fingers done.

  • Please do my fingers.

  • You can get it done on your toes, and it's called a pedicure.

  • Petty comes from foot.

  • Pedestrian foot.

  • Okay, So petty Foot Manny for hands.

  • Manipulate hands, man.

  • Okay, so we can cut our fingers and hands to make them look nice.

  • We can also brush our teeth and wash our face shave.

  • Remember we said I shave, you shave, right?

  • We said that And I said is because we have a face and everybody shaves the face so we don't have to say I shave my face.

  • It's silly.

  • Well, we also shape other parts of our body now.

  • Women women shave their legs.

  • Okay.

  • They got nice legs, nice legs.

  • They shaved these things, so I don't know if you could see.

  • See, flag shave.

  • Okay.

  • Just shave it, baby looks nice.

  • So women shave their legs so they usually say I shave just like men say shaved face.

  • But some men are like gorillas Who they have hair on their back hair on their chest.

  • So they have to say I shave my back and I shave my chest because I'm a gorilla.

  • I have no hair anyway, so sometimes you have to shave your back and chest, okay?

  • And Mr E.

  • E.

  • He looks so good because he shaves his head.

  • So once again we say I shaved my head because some men don't have any hair.

  • They're what we call balls.

  • But when you shave your head, it's bald by choice.

  • Like me.

  • Alright, I shaved my head.

  • That's why my hair is short.

  • The final one Mr E was not smelling here.

  • This is called your armpit or under armed.

  • By the way, that's not what he was smelling.

  • When you go to the washroom and boys and girls, I know we go to the washroom every day.

  • Sometimes you go number two, which is poo poo.

  • When you go poo poo, you should wipe your bum.

  • Sometimes people say wipe your ass and it means clean you go poo poo.