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

 

In this session, we will go over a Dual Spanish practice to help you understand more spoken Spanish as we review a Conversation in Spanish between a Dentist and a Patient . You can listen here:

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Here is the Text of the First Section

(Read as you play the audio):

Section 1 (1st time):

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.

 

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?

 

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?

 

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.

 

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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Section 1 (2nd time):

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.

 

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