With the rapidly increasing Spanish-speaking population, knowing Spanish has become crucial in for medical receptionists. Learning Spanish will empower you to meet the needs of the growing number of Spanish-speaking patients and will help you fulfill your career goals. If you are a medical receptionist and need to make yourself understood with Spanish-speaking patients, Spanish for Medical Receptionists will provide you with the essential phrases to meet your needs. It will empower you to be more effective at work and provide opportunities for career advancement. Learn the everyday words and phrases that relate to the most commonly encountered situations by medical receptionists, without tedious grammar lessons.
©2006 Stacey Kammerman; (P)2006 Stacey Kammerman
Of the classes I've taken and masses of books I've bought, this is the most effective. No gimmicks, she just dives in. She doesn't dwell on irrelevant factors of learning Spanish.
She instinctively understands what it takes get another language into your head, despite the dogma of classes and other books. She doesn't put the cart before the horse. There is a very frustrating ego aspect to most language learning that makes teachers and authors focus on things that keep you from ever really getting anywhere with Spanish... She doesn't have that.
My only wish is that it were much much longer. No exaggeration, all other books feel like a waste of money compared to this.
One other point, she first has native pronunciation and then repeats it herself with an English speakers accent. This is very helpful and allows you to understand the spelling of a word. Many letters in Spanish sound the same in different contexts, with only microscopic differences. This strategy makes for a good microscope for the non-native speaker. No time for gimmicks. This is for people that NEED to learn Spanish, as I did. It greatly increased my ability to schedule and even treat patients. Much more than classes or other books.
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