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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    get through

    (1) Yesterday I tried to phone/call her, but I couldn't get through because of network problem.


    (2) Mr. A : Why did you not rang me up yesterday?.
    Mr. B : Come on, I phoned you, but the number was wrong so I got through to the wrong person.

    (3) I get through a lot of wines during my weekend.

    (4) I have decided to get through more work tomorrow than today.

    Are these sentences correct?

    Please help me.
    Last edited by user_gary; 15-Aug-2007 at 04:48.


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    Re: get through

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    (1) Yesterday I tried to phone/call her, but I couldn't get through because of network problem. [a network problem OR network problems]


    (2) Mr. A : Why did you not ring me up yesterday?.
    Mr. B : Come on, I phoned you, but the number was wrong so I got through to the wrong person. [It would not be usual or polite to start the repy "come on". Better to say" I am sorry. I did phone you ...".

    Your use of "got through " is fine.

    (3) I get through a lot of wines during my weekend.

    (4) I have decided to get through more work tomorrow than today.

    Are these sentences correct?

    Please help me.

    Are the sentences correct?
    Please help me.
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