Phone Language common error in English

*PHONE LANGUAGE Common mistakes...*
...Do not say: I saw your missed call
...Say: I missed your call

...Do not say: Your voice is cracking
...Say: The line is breaking

...Do not say: Flash me
...Say: Give me a drop-call, beep me or give me a beep

...Do not say: I am hearing you
...Say: I can hear you

...Do not say: Come again
...Say: I can't hear you

Etymologically, the word telephone comes from Latin and Greek.
Tele in Latin means 'distance' and phone in Greek means 'sound' so the compound word becomes 'distance sound' TELEPHONE.

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Phone Language common error in English

*PHONE LANGUAGE Common mistakes...*
...Do not say: I saw your missed call
...Say: I missed your call

...Do not say: Your voice is cracking
...Say: The line is breaking

...Do not say: Flash me
...Say: Give me a drop-call, beep me or give me a beep

...Do not say: I am hearing you
...Say: I can hear you

...Do not say: Come again
...Say: I can't hear you

Etymologically, the word telephone comes from Latin and Greek.
Tele in Latin means 'distance' and phone in Greek means 'sound' so the compound word becomes 'distance sound' TELEPHONE.

*Someone has just learned something new congratulations to you.*
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