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What systems in your body do you use to eat dinner?

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i think the muscular system or skelatel system
I agree with Faris. To actually EAT your dinner.... you need your muscles to chew and swallow (muscular system), you need the bones that make up your jaw (skeletal system), and I think you also need your nervous system. You don't wanna eat something that's too hot, right? And you'll also need your brain, which is a part of your nervous system.
I agree and disagree... You need: - muscular system - skeletal system - digestive system (one of the main things)

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You know what, that's right. Esophagus is part of the digestive system.
Thanks guys but I submitted the assignment yesterday.

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