Check out my video on telephoning phrasal verbs, and make sure you know the difference between these phrasal verbs:
to be cut off (= when the connection goes) and to hang up on someone (when you stop the phone call)
to call someone back (= when you call someone after a period of time) and to answer someone back (= when you make a rude comment in reply to someone)
to put someone through (= connect someone) and to get through (= finally reach the person you want to speak to)
to speak up (= speak more loudly) and to talk up (= say how fantastic something is)
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Telephoning Phrasal Verbs
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