Listening: Dialogue Between a Dentist and a Patient (Podcast) – Dual Spanish – SPJ 018

In this session, practice your Spanish comprehension skills with a dialogue between a Dentist and a Patient. This Dual Conversational Spanish Practice is designed to help you understand when native Spanish speakers talk to you, or when you hear them talking on TV.

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Here are the first section of the Dialogue:

 

Section 1:

Dentista: Buenos Días Sr. Robles. ¿Cómo le va?

Paciente: Buenos Días Doctor, todo bien gracias. ¿Usted cómo ha estado?

Dentista: Muy bien, gracias. Con mucho trabajo y bastante ocupado, así que no me puedo quejar.

Paciente: Eso es bueno. Mientras haya trabajo hay que darle para adelante.

 

Here are the sentences again, first in Spanish, then in English and Spanish again so you can link the pieces together…

 

Sentence 1 in Spanish (1st time)
Dentista: Buenos Días Sr. Robles. ¿Cómo le va?

Sentence 1 in English (simplified translation)
Dentist: Good morning Mr. Robles. How are you doing?

Sentence 1 in Spanish (2nd time)
Dentista: Buenos Días Sr. Robles. ¿Cómo le va?

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Sentence 2 in Spanish (1st time)
Paciente: Buenos Días Doctor, todo bien gracias. ¿Usted cómo ha estado?

Sentence 2 in English (simplified translation)
Patient: Good morning Doctor, everything is fine, thank you. How have you been?

Sentence 2 in Spanish (2nd time)
Paciente: Buenos Días Doctor, todo bien gracias. ¿Usted cómo ha estado?

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Sentence 3 in Spanish (1st time)
Dentista: Muy bien, gracias. Con mucho trabajo y bastante ocupado, así que no me puedo quejar.

Sentence 3 in English (simplified translation)
Dentist: Very good, thank you. With a lot of work and quite busy, so I can’t complain.

Sentence 3 in Spanish (2nd time)
Dentista: Muy bien, gracias. Con mucho trabajo y bastante ocupado, así que no me puedo quejar.

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Sentence 4 in Spanish (1st time)
Paciente: Eso es bueno. Mientras haya trabajo hay que darle para adelante.

Sentence 4 in English (simplified translation)
Patient: That’s a good thing. As long as there’s work you have to keep moving forward.

Sentence 4 in Spanish (2nd time)
Paciente: Eso es bueno. Mientras haya trabajo hay que darle para adelante.

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