An Outline of Second Language Acquisition Theories by Mariusz Trawinski

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This means choosing a phrase that does not contain words that are difficult to say (due to pronunciation or stress) or difficult to remember. Normally the phrase that you will remember is likely to be either the shortest or the one that is most similar to the equivalent phrase in your own language. For example, there are two typical phrases that can be used when transferring a call: I’ll try to put you through. I’ll try to connect you. The first phrase is more commonly used by native speakers. However it is a phrasal verb: to put someone through.

Thank you for calling. Goodbye. If this does not work, then you need to close the call. But don’t simply put the phone down, announce to the caller that you are going to finish the call. Listen, I am really sorry, but I have to terminate our call now. Goodbye. A.

6 Choosing the easiest phrase to say Whenever you make a phone call, use the phrase that comes the easiest and quickest to you. This means choosing a phrase that does not contain words that are difficult to say (due to pronunciation or stress) or difficult to remember. Normally the phrase that you will remember is likely to be either the shortest or the one that is most similar to the equivalent phrase in your own language. For example, there are two typical phrases that can be used when transferring a call: I’ll try to put you through.

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