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Medical Spanish One. Tamina Winn-McMillan, MD. November 4, 2010. My Story. Advice for Speaking a Foreign Language. Relax Be confident Realize that your audience appreciates your efforts Use every opportunity to learn and use your new-found language skills Keep it simple

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medical spanish one
Medical Spanish One
  • Tamina Winn-McMillan, MD.
  • November 4, 2010
advice for speaking a foreign language
Advice for Speaking a Foreign Language
  • Relax
  • Be confident
  • Realize that your audience appreciates your efforts
  • Use every opportunity to learn and use your new-found language skills
  • Keep it simple
  • Know your limitations
why is this relevant
Why is this relevant?
  • United States:
    • As of 2008, nearly 47 million people identified themselves as Hispanic
    • 15% of the U.S. population
    • By 2050, projection is 30% of the U.S. population
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Nevada:
    • 2.6 million people
    • Nearly 26% identified themselves as Hispanic
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Clark County:
    • 2 million people
    • A little more than 28.4% identified themselves as Hispanic
abecedario spanish alphabet
ABECEDARIO (Spanish alphabet)
  • The beauty of the Spanish language is that phonetically, the sounds are nearly pure and hardly change, no matter the combination
a b c d e f
“A,B,C,D,E,F”
  • A: "a" as in agua
  • B: "be" as in boca
  • C: "ce" as in cinta
  • D: "de" as in dolor
  • E: "e" as in elefante
  • F: "efe" as in feliz
g h i j k l
“G, H, I, J, K, L”
  • G: "ge" as in general
  • H: "hache' as in hacer
  • I: "i" as in iglesia
  • J: "jota" as in joven
  • K: "ka" as in kilometro
  • L: "ele" as in Luz
ll m n o p
“LL, M, N, Ñ, O, P”
  • LL: "elle" as in llamar
  • M: "eme" as in mama
  • N: "ene" as in noche
  • Ñ: "ene" as in pequeña
  • O: "o" as in octubre
  • P: "pe" as in persona
q r rr s t u
“Q, R, RR, S, T, U”
  • Q: "cu" as in queso
  • R: "ere" as in rosa
  • RR: "erre" as in perro
  • S: "ese" as in salud
  • T: "te" as in tos
  • U: "u" as in usted
v w x y z
“V, W, X, Y, Z”
  • V: "uve" as in voz
  • W" "uve doble" as in warfarin *very rare letter
  • X: "esquis" as in examen
  • Y: "i griegra" as in yogur
  • Z: "zeta" as in zapatos
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Head
  • Head: Cabeza
  • Scalp: cuero cabelludo
  • Hair: pelo, cabello
  • Forehead: frente
  • Ears: orejas (oidos)
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FACE
  • Face: cara
  • Nose: nariz
  • Cheek: mejilla, cachete
  • Chin: barba, menton
  • Eyebrow: ceja
  • Eyes: ojo
  • Eyelid:; parpado
  • Eyelash: pestaña
mouth neck
MOUTH & NECK
  • Mouth: boca
  • Lips: labio
  • Teeth: diente
  • Gums: encia
  • Throat: garganta
  • Neck: cuello
torso
Torso
  • Chest: pecho
  • Breast: pecho, seno
  • Nipple: teta, pezon
  • Stomach: estomago
  • Back: Espalda
upper extremity
Upper Extremity
  • Shoulder: hombro
  • Arm: brazo
  • Elbow: codo
  • Wrist: muñeca
  • Hand: mano
  • Fingers: dedo
lower extremity
Lower Extremity
  • Buttocks: nalgas (pompis)
  • Hips: cadera
  • Thigh: muslo
  • Knee: rodilla
  • Leg: pierna
  • Ankle: tobillo
  • Foot: pie
  • Toe: dedo de pie
organos the organs
Organos (The Organs)
  • Brain: cerebro
  • Heart: corazón
  • Vein: vena
  • Artery: arteria
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Lung: pulmon
  • Trachea: traquea
  • Bronchioles: bronquiolo
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Esophagus: esofago
  • Stomach: estomago
  • Intestines: intestino
  • Colon: colon
  • Rectum: recto
  • Anus: ano
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Spleen: bazo
  • Tonsil: amigdala, tonsila
  • Lymph Node: ganglios linfaticos
  • Liver: higado
  • Gallbladder: vesicula biliar
  • Pancreas: pancreas
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Vagina: vagina
  • Uterus: utero
  • Cervix: cuello uterino
  • Ovaries: ovario
  • Egg: huevo, foliculo
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Penis: pene
  • Foreskin: prepucio
  • Scrotum: escroto
  • Testicle: testiculo
  • Sperm: esperma
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Kidney: riñon
  • Ureter: ureter
  • Bladder: vejigo
  • Urethra: uretra