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    #1

    put a message

    Hi teachers,

    "Put a message."
    "Leave a message."

    Are those both above used in day to day speaking? I know second one is correct. But I am quite unsure about the first one.

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    Re: put a message

    Quote Originally Posted by kite View Post
    Hi teachers,

    "Put a message."
    "Leave a message."

    Are those both above used in day to day speaking? I know second one is correct. But I am quite unsure about the first one.
    The first one is incorrect.

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