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Is there such a term as "try back"?



 
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Is there such a term as "try back"? #1 (permalink) Tue Mar 25, 2008 4:57 am   Is there such a term as "try back"?
 

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", question 7

Fred: No thank you. I'll ......... back again later.

(a) be
(b) try
(c) come
(d) attempt

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", answer 7

Fred: No thank you. I'll try back again later.

Correct answer: (b) try

Your answer was: incorrect
Fred: No thank you. I'll come back again later.
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Is there such a term as "try back"?

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Is there such a term as "try back"? #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 26, 2008 0:20 am   Is there such a term as "try back"?
 

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Yes, it is casual English for try [calling] back.
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