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The patient holds the answers in Listening Part A Imagine you are speaking to a patient. You ask them to tell you about their recent history, symptoms and concerns. While you listen, you take notes of what they are saying to you….
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…
During the preparation time before each role-play in the Speaking test you can ask the interlocutor questions about the task. There is no impact on your result from asking questions and having the answer may even help you achieve a better score. Asking questions will give you clearer understanding which will make you feel more confident.
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