Doctor In German
What could be more accurately said for the word doctor, doctor or doctor in Germany?
Physician is a general term, as in English, which can mean a physician, psychologist or school holiday certificate.
In the arts, I see as a suffix what kind of doctor he is. In fact, it's much easier to know that men speak more English than German.
Fornartz Ophthalmologist (Doctor)
Tyratz Veterinarian (Veterinarian)
By the way, any name or word used as a noun is in large capital.
Doctorate, both doctoral and doctoral, for each doctoral individual.
Note: You will never nominate anyone to become a lawyer, PhD, etc. Unless you have a PhD. Only if you have a PhD, otherwise it's like a joke ...
Never use Miss! Just a joke for someone in their teens. Miss is history and is read on all official forms etc.
Familiar German: You can use doctor or doctor without distinction. As I say in English, I need to see a doctor. I need to see a doctor.
I think the doctor is more than you call a child ... Uncle Doctor ...
It is always safe to use your doctor.
Help for example!
Some (old) doctors may not have a PhD, but I would still call them doctors because they are educated. :)
PS: If they were custom made, they would be:
2) Veterinary medicine