Asking for repetition

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Asking for repetition

  1. 1.  Excuse me? (said like a question)  Pardon me? (rising intonation)  What did you say (your name was)?  Did you say . . . ?  Can you repeat that?
  2. 2.  Could you say that again please?  What was that again?  Sorry, I didn't catch that.  Could you speak up please?  Could you speak a little louder?
  3. 3.  1. Pretend you are being introduced to someone at a party. The music is very loud, and you can't hear your partner clearly.
  4. 4.  What did you say your name was?  Did you say Andersen or Henderson?  Is it Sidney or Cindy?  And what was your address again?  Sorry, I didn't catch the last part.  I can't hear you very well.  It's Sidney Henderson.  Henderson, with an H.  It's Sidney, like the place in Australia.  72 West Sunshine Blvd., Suite 501.  Do you want me to repeat it?  Maybe you should turn down the radio.
  5. 5.  Pretend your tutor is applying for a passport. Ask her for personal information.  (name, birth date, address, telephone number, etc.)

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