Now you can check your English listening and writing accuracy. Check your answers for English Dictation Practice #2 – “At the Doctor” with the answer key below. You’re also encouraged to listen to the audio recording: English Dictation Practice Review #2 – “At the Doctor” shared below.
Dictation Practice Exercise #2: At the Doctor
- The doctor will see you now. (6 words)
- When I feel sick, I don’t want to go to work. (11 words)
- If you don’t feel well, you need to take care of yourself. (12 words)
- How often do you get sick? (6 words)
- Some people only go see a doctor when they’re sick. (10 words)
- It’s important to schedule regular medical check-ups. (7 words)
- You can prevent illness by eating healthy foods often and exercising regularly. (12 words)
- It’s important to follow the doctor’s orders. (7 words)
- Doctors prescribe medicine to patients who are sick. (8 words)
- If you get a prescription from your doctor, you need to take it to the pharmacist to get the medicine that you need. (23 words)
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