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    put me through to/connect me with ?

    In a phone conversation, does this have the same meaning : "can you put me through to Mr. John" and "can you connect me with Mr. John" ?

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    Re: put me through to/connect me with ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    In a phone conversation, does this have the same meaning : "can you put me through to Mr. John" and "can you connect me with Mr. John" ?
    Yes! If your only intent is to speak on the telephone to Mr. John, either phrase is acceptable. Adding 'please' would be helpful. "Can you (put me through to/connect me with) Mr. John, please?

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