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Thursday, April 05, 2007

languageom protiv jezika

Danas sam dobio službeni mejl u kojem me organizacija koja administrira moju stipendiju obavještava da mi se promijenilo zdravstveno osiguranje. Ništa posebno, da nema genijalne -- i tako američke -- napomene o korištenju ispravnog "jezika":

In order to get the appropriate information needed from a medical facility, it is important to use the proper language when describing the ASPE Health Benefit Plan.

WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOU CALL A DOCTOR'S OFFICE:
In the United States , when you call a doctor's office for an appointment or present your ID card to a provider, it is important for you to say: "I am a US Department of State ASPE Participant. I have healthcare coverage through the ASPE Health Benefit Program. This benefit plan is administered by Seven Corners and utilizes the ChoiceCare PPO Network."

DO NOT SAY:
"I have Seven Corners' Insurance" or "I use Seven Corners' Network" or "I have ASPE insurance." Providers WILL NOT recognize this language and your coverage might not be accepted.


Ima tih "jezika" još masu... Sad mi postaje jasnije zašto me (u rijetkim prilikama) kada nešto kažem na predavanju ljudi zbunjeno gledaju--očito ne koristim pravi jezik.

1 Comments:

Anonymous 6oran said...

kako pedagoški!

predlažem da se dotičnom organu obratiš na način opisan ispod podnaslova DO NOT SAY.
nekako neodoljivo privlači a i zanima me kakva bi bila reakcija te ljubazne gospođe il gospodina.
očekujem iscrpan izvještaj ovo g eksperimenta!

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