I Can Talk to My Patients in Spanish

I can now, not only understand my patients when they tell me their (sometimes quite convoluted) stories of their symptoms, but I can ask questions about the past, the present and future. I can make conversation with them, joke a bit with them and connect with them on a personal level that I could never do before I started Rosetta Stone learning. It is a very natural way to learn. The ER staff who used to have to translate for me is amazed at my progress. I now plan to vacation in Mexico, South America and Spain, speaking the language.


Las Cruces, New Mexico


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