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English Vocabulary: Brush your teeth

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How many times a day do you brush your teeth?
So this is a toothbrush.
I’m going to squeeze out a little bit of toothpaste on my brush,
wet it and brush.
Don’t forget your tongue!
It’s time to spit out the toothpaste.
This is dental floss. We just say floss,
Pull some out.
The stuff that comes onto the floss is food particles or plaque.
We don’t want a plaque buildup on our teeth,
because then we can have a cavity,
and have to go to the dentist,
and get a filling to fix the cavity in the tooth.
Next we have mouthwash.
So I’m going to pour a tiny bit of mouthwash into this little cup
and I’m going to swish this around and spit it out.
All clean. Now I’m ready to start my day.

 

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Hi friends! I'm Camille. I create engaging American English content for ESL people around the world. When I am not creating videos, books or blogs, you will probably find me in a cafe somewhere around the world, studying my next target language or at home cooking up food for my family of five. Stick around, read some posts and learn some English with me :) Tchau, ciao! ~Camille
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