Develop a PROFESSIONAL DIALOG (skit) between a patient and a health care provider. The dialog between the two people or three (patient, relative and HCP or patient, and 2 HCP) must include this format: Paciente: Doctor(a)/ Enfermera(o)/ Médica(o): Introduction to the patient & patient’s response to introduction. [at least 4 sentences in the exchange.] Interview to find out patient’s daily routine, eating, drinking, work, and entertainment habits. [at least 10 sentences between questions and answers. Use REFLEXIVE VERBS as appropriate. Recall that some English expressions DO NOT translate the same.] Question(s) to find out how the patient feels.[at least 8 sentences between questions and answers.] Questions leading to patient’s description of symptoms. [at least 6 questions between questions and answers.] Questions to find out what medications the patient is taking and family medical history. [at least 4 sentences] Preliminary diagnosis based on description of symptoms and patient’s habits. [at least 3 sentences] Resolution: Give patient five commands [recommendations] related to steps s/he needs to take to get better. These recommendations need to be in the ‘command’ format learned in lesson 5. [at least 5 sentences] NOTE - REMEMBER: To conjugate the verbs properly in the FOUR PRESENT tenses (present, double verbs, near future and present progressive) and in the COMMAND tense (Ud. and Uds and negative) Proper Spanish grammar and punctuation. Write out the numbers (spell them) except for time. Provide the various pronouns: D.O.P., I.O.P., combined I.D.O.P., comparisons, superlatives, demonstratives DO NOT use the informal ‘tú’ forms (and other related formats such as possessive adjectives or pronouns) it will be heavily graded down. Recall that English expressions are not Literal Translations like “ir a la cama” (to go to bed) is 'ACOSTARSE. The use of electronic translators will create a non-acceptable skit and will be heavily graded down, so please rely mostly on the course work and expressions and forms learned in the course. DO NOT use any past tenses.