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Which one is correct:
1) She introduced him through a microphone.
2) She introduced him over a microphone.
What is the correct preposition used before the word 'microphone'?
Enlighten me on this. Thank you.
Thanks for your explanation.
Would "on" be acceptable too?
She introduced him on a microphone.
I'm not a teacher, or a native English speaker. Feel free to edit my posts if you encounter any mistakes in them (be it grammatical or vocabular). It'll help me to improve my command of English.
It's not completely impossible but it doesn't sound natural after "introduced".
He's on the mike now, I'll ask him to introduce you.
She was on the mike for hours. I nearly fell asleep!
On/off can be used as part of a couple of phrasal verbs too:
Get on the mike, it's your turn to speak.
Get off the mike, it's someone else's turn.
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