I cannot translate that sentence without help. I checked a translator and it suggested "I pass Miss to you".
The correct way to say this depends on what you're doing.
If you are passing the phone to someone (handing the phone to them) - you'd say "I'm going to pass you over to Miss/Mr.........".
But if you're passing the call through to a different room (to a different phone) - you'd say "I'm going to put you through to Miss/Mr........".
So to physically hand the phone to someone near to you use "pass you over" and to direct the call to another seperate phone use "put you through".
I'm not a qualified teacher, but these are the phrases I would use when dealing with phonecalls in an office.
I hope that answers your question.
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