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    GUEST2008 Guest

    by/through

    Hi

    Should I say:

    You can contact me by,through email/ by, through a phone. Can I use any other prepositions to say it?

    thanks

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    Smile Re: by/through

    Use 'by' and not 'through'. By email or by phone, or even 'email me, phone me, call me, etc.'

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    Re: by/through

    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare's brother View Post
    Use 'by' and not 'through'. By email or by phone, or even 'email me, phone me, call me, etc.'
    Hi

    So there are no cases when I can use "through"? How about: Contact me on the phone.

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    Smile Re: by/through

    Personally I'd never use 'through'. Contact me on the phone, call me on the phone are great.

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    Re: by/through

    thanks

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