Listening: Dialogue between a Nurse and a Patient (Podcast) – Dual Spanish – SPJ 025

Conversation in Spanish between a Nurse and a Patient

In this session, you can practice your Spanish comprehension skills with a Dialogue between a Nurse and a Patient at the Hospital. This Dual Spanish Practice is designed to help you understand spoken Spanish.

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Here are the first 2 sections of the Dialogue:

Section 1 (in Spanish only):

Enfermera: Hola buenos días. ¿Cómo te sientes hoy?

Paciente: Buenos días. Me siento mejor pero todavía me siento un poco mareado y cansado.

 

Here’s the sentence by sentence breakdown of Section 1 (Spanish, English, Spanish):

Sentence 1 in Spanish (1st time)
Enfermera: Hola buenos días. ¿Cómo te sientes hoy?

Sentence 1 in English (simplified translation)
Nurse: Hello, good morning. How are you feeling today?

Sentence 1 in Spanish (2nd time)
Enfermera: Hola buenos días. ¿Cómo te sientes hoy?

 

Sentence 2 in Spanish (1st time)
Paciente: Buenos días. Me siento mejor pero todavía me siento un poco mareado y cansado.

Sentence 2 in English (simplified translation)
Patient: Good morning. I’m feeling better but I still feel a little dizzy and tired.

Sentence 2 in Spanish (2nd time)
Paciente: Buenos días. Me siento mejor pero todavía me siento un poco mareado y cansado.

 

 

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Section 2 (in Spanish only):

Enfermera: ¿Todavía tienes ganas de vomitar?

Paciente: No. Hoy me siento mejor pero tengo un poco de frío.

Enfermera: En unos minutos voy a pedir que ajusten la temperatura y que traigan un cobertor extra.

Paciente: Muchas gracias. ¿Puede pedir otra almohada por favor?

 

Here sentence by sentence breakdown of Section 2 (Spanish, English, Spanish):

Sentence 1 in Spanish (1st time)
Enfermera: ¿Todavía tienes ganas de vomitar?

Sentence 1 in English (simplified translation)
Nurse: Do you still feel like vomiting?

Sentence 1 in Spanish (2nd time)
Enfermera: ¿Todavía tienes ganas de vomitar?

 

Sentence 2 in Spanish (1st time)
Paciente: No. Hoy me siento mejor pero tengo un poco de frío.

Sentence 2 in English (simplified translation)
Patient: No. I feel better today but I feel a little cold.

Sentence 2 in Spanish (2nd time)
Paciente: No. Hoy me siento mejor pero tengo un poco de frío.

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Sentence 3 in Spanish (1st time)
Enfermera: En unos minutos voy a pedir que ajusten la temperatura y que traigan un cobertor extra.

Sentence 3 in English (simplified translation)
Nurse: In a few minutes I’ll ask them to adjust the temperature and to bring an extra blanket.

Sentence 3 in Spanish (2nd time)
Enfermera: En unos minutos voy a pedir que ajusten la temperatura y que traigan un cobertor extra.

 

 

Sentence 4 in Spanish (1st time)
Paciente: Muchas gracias. ¿Puede pedir otra almohada por favor?

Sentence 4 in English (simplified translation)
Patient: Thank you very much. Can you ask for another pillow please?

Sentence 4 in Spanish (2nd time)
Paciente: Muchas gracias. ¿Puede pedir otra almohada por favor?

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  • Downloadable PDF Guide with sentence by sentence article transcriptions
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  • Download link for MP3 Audio file of this session

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