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Health: Calling the Doctor
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Ow! I can remember Daniel Nelson , when I have listened to a video before a month ,his mother told to Doctor Miller my Son has no appetite .The doctor said maybe he has a fever but let me see him at the hospital.Good luck for all.
This video clip is so easy for me.I learned skill of calling to doctor in this video.
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"~at your practice" means registered patients who have archive at the healthcare.
I'm Japanese.I have one question.Why does she say "~at your practice" ? I think that patients does not the person who just experimental from doctors. Would you tell me how or why to use like this. :)