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Idiomatic phrasal verb: to put one through to #1 (permalink) Mon Dec 26, 2005 13:13 pm   Idiomatic phrasal verb: to put one through to
 

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ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", question 2

Phil: Could you ......... to accounting please?

(a) put me through
(b) put me on
(c) put me out
(d) put me in

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", answer 2

Phil: Could you put me through to accounting please?

Correct answer: (a) put me through

Your answer was: incorrect
Phil: Could you put me on to accounting please?
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Idiomatic phrasal verb: to put one through to #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 26, 2005 13:52 pm   Idiomatic phrasal verb: to put one through to
 

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The idiomatic phrasal verb used for connection by phone is to put one through to.
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