By Ramón Ribes, Pablo R. Ros

Inglese consistent with medici si propone come strumento pratico ed efficace according to il medico che desideri perfezionare le proprie competenze linguistiche e affrontare, quindi, con maggiore disinvoltura, le varied realt� del mondo medico internazionale.

Ricco di interessanti approfondimenti, il quantity affronta i diversi aspetti e le molteplici applicazioni dell’inglese medico.

Il libro sar� un valido supporto in line with tutti gli operatori sanitari che necessitino della lingua inglese consistent with l. a. loro professione.

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32 Inglese per medici Usiamo was/were able to per dire che qualcuno è riuscito a fare qualcosa in una determinata situazione (abilità specifica di fare qualcosa): ❯ When I was a resident I was able to do fifteen duties in one month. Managed to può sostituire was able to: ❯ When I was a resident I managed to do fifteen duties in one month. Usiamo could have per dire che avevamo la capacità di fare qualcosa, ma non l’abbiamo fatta: ❯ He could have been a surgeon but he became a pediatrician instead.

Nella frase con if possiamo usare il past continuous invece del past simple. Nella frase principale possiamo usare could o might invece di would. La forma tipo 2 può dunque essere trasformata in: ● if + past simple o continuous + would/could/might. Tipo 3 Per parlare di situazioni passate che non si sono verificate (azioni impossibili nel passato). F O R If + past perfect+ perfect conditional (would have) M A ❯ If I had known the patient’s diagnosis, I would probably have saved his life. Come potete vedere, stiamo parlando del passato.

Wish, If only, Would Wish Wish + simple past. Per dire che ci dispiace qualcosa del presente (cioè che qualcosa non è come vorremmo che fosse): ❯ I wish I were not on call tomorrow (but I am on call tomorrow). ● Wish + past perfect. Per dire che ci dispiace qualcosa che è successo o non è successo nel passato: ❯ I wish he hadn’t treated the patient’s family so badly (but he treated the patient’s family badly). ● Wish + would + infinito senza to quando vogliamo che qualcosa succeda o cambi o che qualcuno faccia qualcosa: ❯ I wish you wouldn’t take the clinical histories so fast (note that the speaker is complaining about the present situation or the way people do things).

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