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Hi,

Could you please confirm that my sentences are grammatically correct and right word for these sentences, please?


My family Dr. Trump referred me to see a specialist. (Wrote me a paper or call)

My family Dr. Trump give a referral to see a specialist. (Wrote me a paper or call)

I am a referral from Dr. Trump who is my family Dr. (I am a patient)

Mr. Trump (my ex-boss) is my referee / reference for this job. (Which word is more common? I wonder?)

This is my "reference letter" from Mr. Trump who is my referee / reference.

Mr. Donald Trump is my family doctor and his part time job happens to be a president of the united states…can you believe that???


Thanks in advance.

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Could you please confirm that my sentences are grammatically correct and right word for these sentences, please?


My family doctor, Dr. Trump, referred me to see a specialist. (Wrote me a paper or called)

My family doctor, Dr. Trump, gave me give a referral to see a specialist. (Wrote me a paper or called)

I have a am a referral from Dr. Trump, who is my family docror. (I am a patient)

Mr. Trump (my ex-boss) is my referee / reference for this job. (Which word is more common? I wonder? reference, I think)

This is my "reference letter" from Mr. Trump who is my referee / reference.

Mr. Donald Trump is my family doctor and his part-time job happens to be as President of the United States…can you believe that???

Clive

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Thanks Mt Clive,

A "referral" ( It means a letter or a piece of paper usually from doctor right?)

I am a "referral". ( I mean that I am a "transferred patient". Does this word make sense to you?)

A referee or a reference mean a same person right? but reference is more common word for native speaker?


Thanks again.

Sorry "Mr" typo.

Also,

My family doctor, Dr Trump is my "referral". (Referral means Dr Trump) correct?

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A "referral" ( It means a letter or a piece of paper usually from doctor right?)

Yes. Or it could be that Trump's secretary phones the specialist's secretary and arranges it verbally. But there usually is paper or email involved.


I am a "referral". ( I mean that I am a "transferred patient". Does this word make sense to you?)

We do say that, but more accurate is 'I have a referral'.


A referee or a reference mean a same person right? but reference is more common word for native speaker?

In my experience, we don't use these terms in talking about medical referring.


My family doctor, Dr Trump is my "referral". (Referral means Dr Trump) correct?

No. Referral is the act of referring.

Thanks Mr Clive, can I confirm that I am understanding correctly.


"A referral" ( means a letter or a call) only, no a person either me or Dr.

As our Japanese dictionaries translate the wrong meaning, it says " letters, calls, doctors and patients".

'I have a referral' (means I have a letter from a doctor)

I am a referral is wrong word as I am not a letter, I am a patient also a human.

A referee or a reference mean a same person right, It can be school teachers, company managers, landlords...etc

but never referred as doctors correct?


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"A referral" ( means a letter or a call) only, no a person either me or Dr. yes

As our Japanese dictionaries translate the wrong meaning, it says " letters, calls, doctors and patients".

'I have a referral' (means I have a letter from a doctor) Yes

I am a referral is wrong word as I am not a letter, I am a patient also a human. Yes

A referee or a reference mean a same person right, It can be school teachers, company managers, landlords...etc

>>> a referee is someone who controls eg a soccer game

>>> a reference is a term used in the context of eg a job application

But never referred as doctors correct? Yes

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Thanks for confirming Mr Clive, my heartfelt appreciate.


Aki