Do you know how to give directions in Spanish?
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by Doc Molly
1M ago
In our Spanish Grammar lessons, we practice giving directions in Spanish within a hospital. In this post, I will review the essential questions, verbs, prepositional phrases, adverbs and places we learned in this series. Asking for Directions  Here is a list of all the different ways practiced asking for directions in the audio lessons: (I will use the USTED conjugation for this list. We also practice the tú conjugation in the audio lessons.)  Disculpe. Perdone. (Excuse me.)  ¿Me puede decir .... ? (Can you tell me...?) ¿Me podría decir...? (Could you tell me...? ¿Podr ..read more
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Bruises, Cuts, Ruptures, Breaks, Tears, and Sprains
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
I am back with Rory Foster for an interactive lesson focused on discussing injuries in Spanish. This lesson builds upon one of Rory's lessons at Common Ground International. In this lesson, we practice talking about bruises, cuts, ruptures, breaks, tears, and sprains. We will first present a verb, a noun, and an adjective that all share the same root. Then, we will use this vocabulary in phrases as we discuss these different types of injuries.  A big shout out to La Comunidad's teachers, Nelly from Colombia, Gloria from Mexico, and Daniela from Mexico, for reviewing the phrases in this ..read more
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Interview with Rory Foster – Medical Spanish Immersion Trips!
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
In today's episode, I interview Rory Foster of Common Ground International about their Medical Spanish Courses and Medical Spanish Immersion Trips to Latin America.  Common Ground International is an excellent resource for learning medical Spanish. They offer courses from beginner to advanced and Medical Spanish Immersion Trips to Ecuador and Costa Rica. Their Spanish Immersion Programs are for all levels and include:  Spanish immersion classes  Volunteer programs in the community Homestays with local families Weekend excursions  They just returned from their winter pro ..read more
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Pronominal vs Non–Pronominal Verbs
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
In this lesson, we explore verbs with the body and learn when to use the pronominal (reflexive) vs the non-pronominal form of the verb.  While working on our latest series covering common orthopedic injuries in Spanish, I noticed how the verb to say, "I injured my knee," is pronominal: "Me lesioné la rodilla." Whereas the verb to say, "I bent my knee," is not: "Doblé la rodilla." So why is that? We learn this and more in this audio lesson. It’s a tricky subject, so I will try to make it clear through lots of examples. All Access or Premium Medical Members: Access full show notes, do ..read more
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If-Then Statements in Spanish
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
Grammar From the Medical Spanish Podcast It's been a while since I published the last lesson in the Spanish Grammar Review podcast. However, that’s not because I haven’t been podcasting about Spanish grammar. I just decided to dedicate the time I have outside of the hospital to my Medical Spanish Podcast and in the Medical Spanish Podcast, we cover a ton of advanced grammar within the context of clinical dialogues. Today’s podcast is an excerpt from our latest Medical Spanish podcast on the Covid vaccines. In this excerpt, we practice making a hypothetical if-then statement using the imperfe ..read more
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Adjectives Before Nouns in Spanish
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
Quick Navigation Inherent Characteristic Subjective, Opinion Followinng the Exclamation QUÉ Quantity Hola! Me alegra mucho estar de vuelta. I am very happy to be back podcasting about Spanish grammar! My last grammar podcasts were in June, when we covered Spanish verbs with prepositions. In this lesson, we are going to learn why the adjective sometimes goes before the noun in Spanish. Where have I been all summer? I also host the Medical Spanish Podcast and with the help of my Spanish teacher from the San Pedro Spanish School, Elizabeth Cortez and my friend and interpreter, Sonja Um ..read more
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Spanish Verbs with Prepositions
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
Welcome to another lesson covering Spanish Verbs. In this Spanish grammar audio lesson, we practice using common Spanish verbs with prepositions. As with all my audio lessons, I invite you to speak Spanish with me.  This lesson will focus on verbs with prepositions, followed by the infinitive of another verb.  For example, Verbo + Preposición + Infinitivo Trato + de + hablar. Table of Contents 1:24 Verbo + A 3:40 Verbo + CON 4:59 Verbo + DE 6:35 Verbo + EN In this free audio lesson, we practice many of the verbs below. In the premium lesson: VB04 Spanish Verbs with Prepositions ..read more
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The Spanish Verbs Traer and Llevar
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
Quick Navigation Sample Dialogue Direction Implied with Llevar and Traer Situation 1 – Bring Your Books to Class Situation 2 – I Brought the Dog to the Vet Situation 3 – Bring Me the Report The Reflexive Verb LLEVARSE Conjugate the Irregular Verb TRAER Want to learn more? Member? Leave a comment! Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 Kate Townsend In this audio lesson, we practice when to use the Spanish verbs TRAER and LLEVAR.  TRAER is used to say “to bring” and LLEVAR is used to say “to bring” or “to take.” Unlike their English counterparts, the Spanish verbs TRAER and LLEVAR imply a cer ..read more
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Giving Directions in Spanish Within a Hospital
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
This free Spanish audio lesson introduces the "Giving Directions in Spanish" series at docmolly.com. As requested by Bien, a listener, we will practice giving directions in Spanish within a hospital. First, we will review the vocabulary. Then, we will use this vocabulary to give directions in Spanish. Normally we are speaking with strangers when we ask for and give directions. Therefore, we will use the Usted conjugation for all the verbs. Vocabulary Perdone Excuse me. La cafeteria Cafeteria El sótano Basement Baje al sótano. Go down to the basement. El pasillo, el corredor Hall(way) Siga e ..read more
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Spanish Prepositions – Por vs Para
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by Doc Molly, Molly Martin, MD
5M ago
Do you know when to use POR vs PARA? Spanish Grammar Audio Quiz Today’s podcast is a quiz on the Spanish prepositions POR y PARA. It kicks off a series of audio lessons that will cover these two prepositions at docmolly.com. The post Spanish Prepositions – Por vs Para appeared first on Doc Molly ..read more
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