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CULTURE NOTE You say the numbers in a phone number individually, and not in pairs. In the UK, where two consecutive numbers are the same, you can say double You write You say 0378015 030 oh-three-seven-eight-oh-one-five-oh-three-oh 628821 six-two-double eight-two-one
Answering a personal call Hi, this is Frank Green. Can I speak to Alice I’m sorry, she is not at the moment. Can I take a message? It’s OK. I’ll phone her later. Bye! Bye!
Answering a personal call Hello! This is Kate Brown.Can I speak to Mary? Speaking. Let’s go to the cinema, today. It’s a good idea! Let’s meet at 3 p.m. OK! Bye! Bye!
Sending text messages CULTURE NOTE You can send text messages from your mobile phone to people you know well. The messages are usually very short and informal, and often use abbreviations which sound like the full forms of the words B be R are 4 for C see U you B4 before EZ easy Y why 8 ate NE any 2 to; too L8 late Q queue 2DAY today L8R later PC please call 2MORO tomorrow @ at
SMS – Short Message Service Can you decipher this? - HOW R U? - OK N U? - OK CU2DAY? - NO 2MORO WER? - @ N. CUL8TR
Here is the translation: How are you? OK, and you? OK. See you today? No. Tomorrow. Where? At Ann. See you later.