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OET’s Listening Part B uses both incomplete and complete questions to assess your understanding of the recording. It’s important to be able to read and understand both types. We’ve got a tip that can help you accomplish this, if you’re having trouble….
Use quotation marks to report the patient’s words. Sometimes, it can be useful to directly quote the patient’s words or expressions in a formal letter. Rather than trying to paraphrase the words, it can be clearest to simply use the patient’s own…
Hands up if you like hearing the sound of your voice when it has been recorded? Not me. Not many people in fact. It’s strange how we feel our voices don’t sound like we believe them to when we hear them recorded.
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