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Workshops to enable the patients to better comprehend the educational material in its proper context
Explanation: Better to ingnore the literal translation of aterrizar (to land upon). Spanish frequently uses words like this to capture a specific feeling such as "capture or catch the information" that would sound silly translated into English.
Swami United States Local time: 04:09 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 66
Explanation: And much more synonims!Aterrice is to land an aircraft,basically.Or there's a flaw in your text,or some type of typo,or it's a highly scientifical educational term I've never heard of in 57 years.
MikeGarcia Spain Local time: 10:09 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 2592