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Certified Medical Transcription(English) Mini Course Basic 2

Medical English

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Dec 2020

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Medical English


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All these are live classes taken by the teacher and students enrolling here, for the course get two free live demo classes with the teacher or a counselling session free, as a special offer.



Medical terminology as the subject of medical transcription.


This is in the English language as the primary medium of instruction.


Medical words used in discharge summary, hospital reports etc by foreign doctors in hospitals abroad are seen here and heard in the voice lectures.


Captions along with the pronounciation of the words will help in vocabulary building and speaking and listening and cum reading comprehension.


Note

certification for international employment needs extra academic qualifications, in addition to this.

Sample English lessons matter word transcript for lectures



We use ‘may’ and ‘might’ for concession. This means that they add the meaning of ‘although’ to the sentence. This is a slightly strange use of modal verbs!


Here, ‘may’ and ‘might’ are talking about something that is definitely true.


She may be rich but she’s not happy (= although she is rich, she’s not happy).


London might be busy but there are lots of peaceful parks (= although London is busy, there are lots of peaceful parks).


He might be clever but he isn't very good with people (= although he is clever, he isn't very good with people).



Let's review! Make sentences using 'might' for concession.



1. Although she is here, she isn't listening.


2. Although it is cold, it's still a good day for a walk.


3. Although they are tired, they can't go to sleep yet.


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Answers

1. She might be here but she isn't listening.


2. It might be cold but it's still a good day for a walk.


3. They might be tired but they can't go to sleep yet.








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Certified Medical Transcription(English) Mini Course Basic 2
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Certified Medical Transcription(English) Mini Course Basic 2
Certified Medical Transcription(English) Mini Course Basic 2

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