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Medical Spanish III. Tamina Winn-McMillan, M.D. January 06, 2011. Common Phrases and Exam Directions. Greetings/Saludos. Greetings/Saludos. Hello Hola Good morning Buenos días Good afternoon Buenas tardes Good evening Buenas noches.

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medical spanish iii
Medical Spanish III
  • Tamina Winn-McMillan, M.D.
  • January 06, 2011
greetings saludos4
  • Hello Hola
  • Good morning Buenos días
  • Good afternoon Buenas tardes
  • Good evening Buenas noches
How are you? ¿Cómo está usted?
  • Fine, thank you. Bien, gracias
I am pleased to meet you. Mucho gusto en conocerlo/la
  • The pleasure is mine. El gusto es mío.
helpful phrases
Helpful Phrases
  • Do you speak English? ¿Habla Usted inglés?
  • I am doctor...I am a pediatrician. Soy médico/a. Also, soy pediátra.
Please Por favor
  • Thank you Gracias
  • You’re welcome De nada
  • My pleasure Con mucho gusto
Excuse me. Perdóneme.
  • I’m sorry. Lo siento.
More slowly, please. Más despacio, por favor.
  • Hold on, please. Espéreme, por favor.
  • Please repeat that. Repítame eso, por favor.
Please try to answer “yes” or “no”. Por favor, trate de contestar solamente “sí” o “no”.
  • Can you understand me? Me entiende?
Do not worry. No se preocupe.
  • This is common, normal. Esto es común, normal.
This is worrisome, abnormal. Esto es preocupante, anormal.
  • Do you have any questions? ¿Tiene aluguna pregunta?
examination instructions17
Examination Instructions
  • Please come with me. Pase conmigo, por favor.
  • Please have a seat. Siéntese, por favor.
Please take off all of his/her clothes. Por favor, quítese toda la ropa
  • Put him/her on the exam table. Póngalo/la sobre la camilla/mesa.
Please hold him/her in your arms. Sosténgalo/la en sus brazos.
  • Hold him/her (body part) like this. Sostenga (ex sus brazos) asi.
For the following, one can use the informal “tú” form, especially when talking directly to your patients.
Please lie down. Por favor, acuéstate.
  • Please stand up. Por favor, párate.
Please turn over, turn around. Por favor, voltéate.
  • Please do this. Por favor, haz esto.
  • Please look at this. Por favor, mira esto.
Please bend over and touch your toes. Por favor agáchate y toca tus pies.
  • Please walk that way. Por favor camina hacia alla.
Open your mouth and say aah. Abra tu boca y dime “aah”.
  • Stick out your tongue. Saca la lengua.
Breathe deeply with your mouth open. Respira profundo con tú boca abierto.
  • Relax your stomach. Relaja el estómago.
Relax. Relájate. (also, tranquilo; calmáte)
  • Do not be afraid. No tienes miedo.
I am going to examine you. Voy a examinarte/revisarte.
  • I am going to look at your... Voy a mirar tú...
It’s okay. Está bien.
  • Your mother/father is here. Tú máma/pápa esta aquí.
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Terms of Endearment
  • Little boy/girl. Chiquito/a. Muchachito/a
  • Boy/girl. Chico/chica. Muchacho/a
How cute/pretty! ¡Qué bonito/a; Que lindo/a!
  • How handsome/beautiful! ¡Qué guapo/a; Que hermoso/hermosa!
How big! ¡Qué grande!
  • How brave! ¡Qué valiente!
  • How precious! ¡Qué precioso/a!