Michael
Please help to choose the right verb Hi! I'm trying to tell a person that he was away when I had came in. Is that a right expression: "XX, I did not get on to you, so..." Is "get on to" is the correct verb to use in this situation? Thank you!
Oct 16, 2012 12:07 AM
Answers · 6
"I stopped by, but I missed you." "I stopped by, but you were out."
October 16, 2012
First corrections in the question :) * I'm trying to tell a person that he was away when I had COME in. (better still, when I had visited him) * Is THIS a right expression: * Is "get on to" the correct verb to use in this situation? Now to answer your question : You can use the sentences fdmaxey has said Or you can be more vocal and say: "I had visited you, but you were out" "I had visited you, but you were not at home" :)
October 16, 2012
I am little confused about what you are trying to say. Do you want to say "XX, I did not come in when you were away..."
October 16, 2012
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