blackened smoker's lungs
blackened smoker's lungs
blackened smoker's lungs
(sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. It's Latin for so or thus. The mistake we have copied is that Ian has used is for a plural subject (lungs) when he should have used are.
more information: is or are?
given
Given is the past participle of the irregular verb give. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
more information: give
highlights
Ian's highlight
Ian's highlight
seen
Seen is the past participle of the irregular verb see. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
more information: see
dying to be
very eager to be
Example: I'm dying to be finished so I can go home.
This body
the sectioned body
the sectioned body
cut up like that
a leg cut up and resembling pork chops
a leg cut up and resembling pork chops
eye opener
An eye opener is something that makes you take notice.
struck
Here struck is the past tense of the irregular verb strike. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
more information: strike
links
Bodyworlds
Bodyworlds is Gunther von Hagen's website featuring the anatomical exhibition of real bodies.