We posted this on our Facebook page during the last Teacher Training; however, since not everyone is on Facebook, it seemed like a good idea to post it here, too.
The Dialogue is generally very simple, straightforward, and efficient; however, the body parts are often a big stumbling block for anyone whose first language is not English. For years, Teri and I have encouraged these kinds of learners to spend some time studying the body parts and practice saying them out loud. During TT, one of the best ways to practice is to have a friend point at a random body part. This list makes that easier and more comprehensive.
This tool can also work the other way: If you already know the Dialogue in English, then this list will make it more efficient for you to learn to teach in a different language.