IWTYAL 75: How to complete specific tasks in another language

itunesButtonAlexia asks: “I can hold a conversation in Polish, but I can't take my patients' medical history. How can I do this?”

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Lindsay Does Languages says:
17 Jun 2014 14:49

Sounds like a really great conference! Gutted I couldn’t make it. 🙁 Thanks for this post though – made me feel like a little bit of me went there! 🙂

Olly Richards says:
17 Jun 2014 15:07

Cheers Lindsay… it’s all being recorded and broadcast on YouTube though, so you won’t miss a thing!

Lindsay Does Languages says:
17 Jun 2014 16:48

Excellent! Look forward to it 🙂

Shannon Kennedy says:
17 Jun 2014 17:54

Thanks for the recap! Bummed I couldn’t make it out. I look forward to checking out the recordings on Youtube.

Olly Richards says:
17 Jun 2014 22:18

I’m also looking forward to checking out the talks that I missed! 🙂

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