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Learn clear, effective Spanish for the medical setting.
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Medical Spanish May 12
SE QUITA EL DOLOR “Se me va quitando (el dolor) cuando no tengo que levantar cosas pesadas.” (The pain gets better when I don't have to lift heavy things.)
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Medical Spanish May 11
Listen to don Francisco, a folk healer from Guatemala, explain how his patient broke his leg in a car accident. He uses QUEDARSE to say "to fall asleep," and QUEDAR to say "to end up." Listen whole interview:
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Medical Spanish May 9
HACER LA PRUEBA (to perform a test, to test) “(Las mujeres) llegan a la casa al mes... de retraso menstrual. Les hacemos ya la prueba. Si resulta positiva pues, ya empezamos los controles prenatales.” From "Service of a Comadrona - Interview in Spanish" -
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Medical Spanish May 8
Más allá del invierno (Spanish Edition)
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Medical Spanish May 7
EMPEORAR “¿Empeora el dolor cuando respira profundo?” (Does the pain get worse when you breathe deeply.) Chest Pain - Asking About Pain in Spanish | Doc Molly's Podcasts
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Medical Spanish Apr 3
MANTENER (to maintain, to keep) Mantenga los ojos abiertos. (Keep your eyes open.) Get access to the series Spanish for Eye Care by signing up for a free membership.
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Medical Spanish Mar 31
Practice expressing common symptoms in Spanish. This lesson is part of the new series: Spanish for Eye Care available through April 6th when you sign up for a free membership.
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Medical Spanish Mar 30
Listen to Letty describe her symptoms of Chikungunya. Listen to the whole interview with transcript here:
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Medical Spanish Mar 30
Listen to don Francisco, curandero de huesos, speak of the first time he healed a fracture.…
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Medical Spanish Mar 29
Listen to the nurse practitioner evaluate a patient in Spanish. What is her chief complaint and when did her symptoms start? Listen to the whole dialogue with transcript here:
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Medical Spanish Mar 27
Listen to don Francisco, curandero de huesos, speak of the first time he healed a fracture.
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Medical Spanish Mar 27
A clinic receptionist answers the phone. Practice interpreting each line into Spanish. -
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Medical Spanish Mar 26
Act as the interpreter as the doctor examines a Spanish-speaking patient with back pain.
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Medical Spanish Mar 24
CONCILIAR EL SUEÑO (to get to sleep) “Siempre me despierto muy temprano por la madrugada y no puedo conciliar el sueño de nuevo.” Depression - A Clinical Dialogue in Spanish
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Medical Spanish Mar 16
Listen to the clinical encounter, "Evaluation of a Red Eye in Spanish" Learn all the vocabulary and phrases used in the encounter when you sign up for a Free Membership at Doc Molly's Podcasts.
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Medical Spanish Mar 13
My favorite news podcast tells the incredible story of Leo López ... Listen to ‘The Daily’: Refusing to Stay Silent. Listen to ‘The Daily’: House Arrest in Venezuela
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Medical Spanish Mar 6
Fill in the blank: Si te _______ visto, te _________ saludado. (If I had seen you, I would have said hi.) Find the answer here:
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Medical Spanish Mar 6
Click on the Google Doodle today and celebrate the birthday of one of Latin America’s greats. ;-) Have you read any of his stories or books? If so, which one? Which was your favorite?
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Medical Spanish Mar 5
PONER LOS OJOS EN BLANCO (to roll the eyes) Pongo los ojos en blanco al oír los piropos. Body Language in Spanish | Doc Molly's Podcasts
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Medical Spanish Mar 4
HORMIGUEO (tingling) Doctor: ¿Cómo es el dolor? Paciente: Es como hormigueo. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Spanish | Doc Molly's Podcasts
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