An appointment with the ENT specialist (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

Una cita con el otorrinolaringólogo

Carlos has an appointment with the Ear, Nose and Throat doctor to get a treatment for his anosmia. In this exercise you'll practise subordinate clauses, exclamatory sentences, relatives, the accidental "se" and impersonal sentences.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "otorhinolaryngologist", "ENT", "to examine (check health)", "senses", "recovery", "to prescribe", "essential oils", "geranium", "clove (spice)" and "treatment".

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After having had covid-19 a couple of months ago, I have some after-effects, among them, the loss of taste and smell. What a big hassle! But not all is lost, since they recommended going to the ear, nose and throat doctor or the ENT, as he is known colloquially. I went to the appointment the other day and after examining me, he told me it was only be a matter of time before I would recover these senses. For the recovery to be faster, he prescribed some essential oils with which I have to train my sense of smell every day. These oils smell of lemon, geranium, eucalyptus and clove. I hope this treatment works!

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