Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Leaving a Message

Leaving a Message

Total: 11 words

Please leave a message.

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used to tell the caller to leave a message, usually heard when reaching someone's voicemail

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Would you like to leave a message? / Do you want to leave a message?

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said to ask a caller if they would like you to pass on a message to the person they wish to speak with

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Can I take a message? / May I take a message?

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a formal way of asking someone if they want to leave a message

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Can I leave a message? / I need to leave a message.

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a way to inform someone that you want them to pass on information to someone else

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Please tell __ that...

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said when you want someone to pass on a message to specific person

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Could you tell __ it's urgent? / It's urgent.

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said to emphasize the importance of the call you're making

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Please have ___ call me (back). / Please have ___ give me a call.

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said to politely ask someone if they could inform another person that you have called and would like them to contact you when they are available

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Please leave your name and number. / What's your name and number?

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said to ask for a caller's information so that they can be easily called back by the person they are trying to reach

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Can you spell that? / How do you spell that?

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used to ask someone to spell a certain part of their message, often names or addresses, to make sure that you have the correct information

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I'll give __ the message. / I'll see that ___ gets the message.

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used to mean that you will pass on a caller's message to the right person

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I'll tell ___ to call you (back). / I'll get __ to call you (back).

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used to mean that you will ask the supposed receiver of the call to contact the caller

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