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    michael281001 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Are these sentences correct? Please help

    1) The event company is still not big enough for the use of walkies-talkie.
    2) The even company is still not big enough to require the use of walkies- talkie.
    3) My work partner call me/page me on walkies- talkie when he needed something from the store room.
    4) He's paging for you/calling you on the walkies- talkie.

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    Default Re: Are these sentences correct? Please help

    In all cases you need walkie talkie (you'll sometimes see it hyphenated) or walkie talkies in the plural.

    You call someone on a walkie talkie. A pager is a different gadget.

    Please note that Walkie talkie would have been a better thread title. I have asked you before to give your threads more meaningful titles.

    Rover

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