【英語電話會議常用詞匯和短語動詞】
Break – up
Meaning: Become inaudible over the phone, usually because of a bad connection
E.g: “Sorry, could you repeat that, please? You’re breaking up”.

Call for someone
Meaning: To telephone for someone or something

E.g: I’ll call for you at 7 o’clock.

Call back
Meaning: To telephone someone again or to return a call

E.g: She said she’d call back.

Call up
Meaning: Call someone on the phone

E.g: My dad called me up to tell me the bad news.

Cut off
Meaning: When a telephone call finishes because of a bad connection
E.g: We were cut off in the middle of our conversation.

Get through
Meaning: To be connected to a place by telephone

E.g: I finally got through to Tom on his mobile.

Hang on
Meaning: Wait for a short time (informal)

E.g: Hang on – I’ll just see if he’s here.

Hang up
Meaning: End a telephone call by putting the phone down

E.g: After I hung up I remembered what I’d wanted to say.

Hold on
Meaning: Wait for a short time

E.g: Could you hold on a moment, please?

Pick up
Meaning: Answer the telephone call

E.g: The phone rang and rang and nobody picked up.

Put through
Meaning: Connect by phone

E.g: Could you put me through to the manager, please?

Speak up
Meaning: Speak louder

E.g: Can you speak up a bit? It’s very noisy here.

English Phrases for Telephone Conversations(電話會議常用口語)
I’ll call you later.
Leave a message.
Hi Simon, it’s Anna.
Did you get my message?
Can I speak to Rob, please?
Hi, Jenny. Where are you?
Thanks for getting back to me.
Leave a message after the beep.
What’s your number?
I’m returning your call.

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