A Dentist Appointment

 

Practice the sentences

Listen to the sentence and spell the missing word.
When did you last visit a dentist?en
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A months ago for a checkup.
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My really hurt.
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Your filling has become loose.en
 
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Where does it ?
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One of my molars on the right side is very sensitive.en
 
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Practice the sentences

Listen to the sentence and spell the missing word.
When did you last visit a dentist?en
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  •  A 
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    • w
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    months ago for a checkup.
     
 
 
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  •  My 
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    • e
    • h
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    really hurt.
     
Your filling has become loose.en
 
 
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  •  Where does it 
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    • r
    • h
    • u
    ?
     
One of my molars on the right side is very sensitive.en
 
 
 
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Practice the phrases

Build the sentence by clicking on the words.
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Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialogue while reading the text.
Good morning. How are you today?en
I'm okay. My tooth has been hurting a lot.en
When did the tooth pain start?en
About two days ago.en
Did anything happen that might have caused it? Maybe an accident?en
I don't think so. It just got worse every day.en
Well, let's take a look and see what's wrong. Open your mouth, please.en
Okay. Ahhh.en
It looks like you might have a cavity, but nothing major.en
I hope it's only a small cavity. It hurts a lot.en
We will have to take some X-rays to make sure. Follow my assistant please.en
Alright.en
 

Practice the dialog

Complete the dialogue.
 
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  •   Good morning. 
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    are you today?
     
 
 
Good morning. are you today?
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  •   I'm okay. My 
    • o
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    has been hurting a lot.
     
 
 
I'm okay. My has been hurting a lot.
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  •   When did the tooth 
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    start?
     
 
 
When did the tooth start?
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  •   About two days 
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    • a
    .
     
 
 
About two days .
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  •   Did anything happen that might have 
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    • c
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    • d
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    it? Maybe an accident?
     
 
 
Did anything happen that might have it? Maybe an accident?
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  •   I don't think so. It just got 
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    every day.
     
 
 
I don't think so. It just got every day.
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  •   Well, let's take a look and see what's 
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    . Open your mouth, please.
     
 
 
Well, let's take a look and see what's . Open your mouth, please.
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Okay. Ahhh.
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  •   It looks like you might have a 
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    , but nothing major.
     
 
 
It looks like you might have a , but nothing major.
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  •   I hope it's only a 
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    cavity. It hurts a lot.
     
 
 
I hope it's only a cavity. It hurts a lot.
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  •   We will have to take some X-rays to make 
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    . Follow my assistant please.
     
 
 
We will have to take some X-rays to make . Follow my assistant please.
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Alright.
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Practice Listening

Listen to the dialogue and continue with the correct response.
 
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    • You should floss more often.en
       
    • We clean the car every day.en
       
    • I clean the dishes every day.en
       
 
 
 
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    • Are your teeth also sensitive to heat?en
       
    • Can you help me with my homework?en
       
    • You should go to bed.en
       
 
 
 
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    • You should brush your hair.en
       
    • Make sure to brush your teeth at least twice a day.en
       
    • The teeth are located in the mouth.en
       
 
 
 
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Speak the dialogue

Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
Dentist
Good morning. How are you today?en
You
I'm okay. My tooth has been hurting a lot. en
When did the tooth pain start?en
About two days ago. en
Did anything happen that might have caused it? Maybe an accident?en
I don't think so. It just got worse every day. en
Well, let's take a look and see what's wrong. Open your mouth, please.en
Okay. Ahhh. en
It looks like you might have a cavity, but nothing major.en
I hope it's only a small cavity. It hurts a lot. en
We will have to take some X-rays to make sure. Follow my assistant please.en
Alright. en
Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
You
Good morning. How are you today? en
Ashlee
I'm okay. My tooth has been hurting a lot.en
When did the tooth pain start? en
About two days ago.en
Did anything happen that might have caused it? Maybe an accident? en
I don't think so. It just got worse every day.en
Well, let's take a look and see what's wrong. Open your mouth, please. en
Okay. Ahhh.en
It looks like you might have a cavity, but nothing major. en
I hope it's only a small cavity. It hurts a lot.en
We will have to take some X-rays to make sure. Follow my assistant please. en
Alright.en
 
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