Roza got in touch with us on YouTube and asked us what "contracted" means. Watch our latest #oet shorts video to find out and get some help with pronunciation and how we can and cannot use the word in sentences. If you have a question for us, then why not drop us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or just comment on one of our videos. And don't forget to share our YouTube page with your friends and colleagues. Take care and see you again next time.
Practise for your #OET with our new speaking role-play lesson all about diabetes. Learn how to explain the condition to a patient using lay language, practise difficult pronunciation, and learn some useful information giving phrases.
If you are not sure how to end your OET speaking role play, watch our latest #OET #shorts video for a very quick reminder. One of our YouTube students got in touch with us and asked us some really interesting questions about how to end the OET speaking role play. First of all, m0o asked us what would happen if you finish all the tasks before the 5 minutes' allocated time? Well, I would recommend that you always keep talking until the interlocutor tells you to stop. There ar
Practise for your #OET with our latest vocabulary quiz and speaking role play. Do you know what the words "fretful" and "dribbling" mean? How would you advise a patient whose baby is showing these symptoms? Find out now in our latest #oetpreparation lesson. We'll go through the vocabulary, analyse an OET speaking role-play together, and go over some useful pronunciation and expressions that you'll be able to use in your own working lives.
What's the difference between "outlook" and "outcome"? Find out now in our latest #OET Vocabulary #shorts video. These short videos are designed to help you with your OET practice. Why not check out some of our other OET Vocabulary Quizzes, or OET Reading practice sessions, and OET Roleplay? You'll be able to find them on our channel!
Watch our brand new #OET Nursing Role Play and Quiz Video now. In it, you can find out what "an odd angle" means and what treatment advice the NHS offers to patients who have a broken finger. We'll then look at an OET style speaking role play for nurses all about having a broken finger and look at how the information we just read can be used in our role play. We'll go through some useful expressions for information giving and work on pronunciation as well.
A quick example of how you can use the Present Perfect in your #OET Watch our new series of #shorts when you're short on time and just want a quick boost to your OET skills and knoweldge. We'll look at useful phrases, grammar, and other OET tips.
When do we say: "Admitted to..." "Admitted for..." "Admitted on..." "Admitted with..." "Admitted by..."? Have a quick refresh of your OET preposition knowledge in this #OET Grammar #shorts now to find out!
Short of time but still want to do some #OET practice? Then why not watch our new series of OET #shorts and if you have an OET question you'd like answering, then why not send it in to us and we'll do us best to feature your question with an answer in a future video! https://youtu.be/hMR1EB6TwFw
To help our students learn and practise more vocabulary, we're going to be publishing free study-at-home worksheets on our website with little YouTube videos to accompany them. Here's the first one for you and it's for #OET candidates and looks at #RemoteHealthcare. https://youtu.be/ro9eLb0128Y #OccupationalEnglishTest #EFL #ESL #medicalenglish Don't forget to subscribe to our site for free to get full access to the worksheets. Happy Studying
Hello Everyone, Happy New Year to you! I hope you had a lovely festive break, or if you were working, thank you for keeping our health services around the world going! Are you ready to start your OET practice again? Then head on over to our Upgrade Your OET YouTube channel to learn some more idioms, pronunciation, and phrases that your patients may use when you see them. And if you want to know more about our Udemy on-demand video course for the Medicine Writing sub-test,
What's the very first thing you do when you look at your role play card? Here's an example for you. Take a look. Where does your eye go to first? So, what did you look at first? Your role? The task? If so, you’re missing out on something really important, and that’s the setting. It’s right at the top. Don’t forget it - it’s there for a reason! Why? Well, it helps you understand the situation and gives you an idea about your patient and how they are feeling. This role
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