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IELTS Preparation Series 2, Episode 5: Virtual Doctor


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Hello. I'm Margot Politis. Welcome to Study English, IELTS preparation.

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Today, we have a story about new technologies in medicine. We're going to look at 'linking'

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in spoken English, and then we'll talk about the word 'there'.

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Let's listen to Dr Stuart Stapleton talk about how he treats patients in other locations

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using computers and cameras.

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At the Blue Mountains end, there are four cameras. There's one which stands roughly

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where I would stand as the team leader in a resuscitation that gets the overview of

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the room and the patient and the environment. There's another camera that's located above

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the patient's bed.

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There's also a camera that lets us look at things like X-rays, cardiographs, blood pressure

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charts and the like.

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And there's a final camera which is actually a mobile camera, which can also be head mounted.

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So for example, if one of the staff up there needs to perform a procedure, which they may

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have done maybe once or twice, then someone who's got a lot more experience can be at

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this end and guide them through the process.

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To speak English fluently and sound like a native speaker, it's important to link some

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words together. Knowing how native speakers link their words together will also make it

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easier to understand spoken English.

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Sometimes it may be difficult to know where one word ends and the next one begins.

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For example, 'healthy ear' sounds the same as 'healthy year'. When 'healthy' is linked