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I used this pictionary in my English class and found the pictures were very helpful to my students. I would like to suggest adding "heel" below ankle, since some of the students could not tell the ankle from the heel in the drawing. Also, conversationally, most people would call the entire "Abdomen" the "Stomach." A doctor might say abdomen, or an athlete when discussing these muscles. Similarly, most americans say "Butt" rather than "Buttocks." It is an acceptable word unless it is purposely used offesively. The irregular singular and plural of "Foot/Feet" is given so I would also like to suggest adding Tooth/Teeth and Stomach/Stomachs. These are additions I made in class.