Some words are difficult to understand for Nadia (A).
Certain words, when the doctor uses them, I don’t understand them. So that’s the only thing. I get confused with them a little bit. Certain big words I don’t know the meaning. So if they can break it down then I feel much better.
They were asking me too many questions at the same time. There were two students as I told you and then the doctor and sometimes when they were asking so many questions, this one that I get a little bit confused and I didn’t understand. Yeah she’s right.
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