Does the phrase "hold on a moment" only can be used in a cellphone conversation? Or it can be used to say a person that's in front of you that wait a moment?
Aug 24, 2018 11:28 PM
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Yes, can be used in many cases. . Hold on a moment, while I answer this question. Hold on a moment, I'd like to look at these socks on sale. Hold on a moment, that looks like our bus coming.
August 25, 2018
Also, "give me a second" or "wait a second". Often enough we shorten the phrase to just "hold on" or "hold a moment" or "hold a moment please" or "hold please" or "please hold". I would also think it common to hear "wait a sec" or "hold a sec" in more familiar speech that is. If you prefer you can use the idiom "hold your horses".
August 25, 2018
Esta es mismo en la móvil y también no en la móvil. It's the same on the phone and in person. Estamos también decir We also say Just a second Or Wait a minute Or Give us a second Or give us a minute
August 24, 2018
Yeah, it can be used for both of that
August 25, 2018
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