Spanish for Veterinarians: A Practical Introduction, 2nd by Juan Mosqueda Bonnie Frederick

By Juan Mosqueda Bonnie Frederick

Spanish for Veterinarians, moment variation, is designed that can assist you speedily study operating Spanish for medical conversations. jam-packed with the sensible vocabulary details and conversational instruments present in the 1st variation, the hot version now contains a new bankruptcy on exotics and increased details at the Spanish required for pre-consultation dialogue. The pronunciation routines, to be had on-line as audio documents to assist veterinary group contributors successfully and with a bit of luck use Spanish of their consumer communications, have additionally been revised and accelerated. This re-creation is a full of life presentation of the Spanish that operating vets more and more want to know.

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1. ¿Cuánto tiempo hace que la vaca tiene aversión por el alimento? 2. ¿Les da vitaminas a los cerdos? How Long Has the Cow Had a Fever? 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Señor Vargas, ¿qué le da de comer a su ganado? Los caballos, ¿están a pasto o estabulados? ¿Qué ha comido el macho cabrió que le causa tanta indigestión? Señor Sánchez, ¿en qué consiste la comida diaria de su perro? ¿Cuántos (How many) obsequios le da usted? Señora Navarro, ¿les da a las vacas suficiente sal? Listening for Key Phrases Often, when you ask a client a question, you’ll get a long complicated answer.

In a week (semana), he will be fine. 11. I’m going to bandage the wound and prescribe some pills. 12. The specialist will go over the test results and recommend a treatment. EXERCISE 4-3 Describe the symptoms of the following conditions in Spanish. Example: La vaca tiene neumonía; tiene tos. ) Include as many symptoms as you can. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. El carnero tiene reticulopericarditis traumática. El cerdo tiene neumonía. La gata tiene falla renal. El caballo tiene cólico. La vaca tiene mastitis. EXERCISE 4-4 Translate the following sentences from English to Spanish.

Ayudar) The vitamins have helped a lot. EXERCISE5-3 Translate the following paragraph into Spanish. You’ll need to use the present perfect in some phrases, and in others, you’ll use the present and the hace que duration expression. 36 Chapter Five Happy has been sick for almost six days. For three days, he hasn’t eaten much, and he has vomited twice, but he has drunk a lot of water. Today he has not eaten, and it’s been five hours that he has not urinated. I think that his condition has worsened.

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