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Asking for Repetition

Here are some phrases and expressions asking for repetition or clarification in English.

See also:Free-English-Study : Asking for Repetition

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Excuse me?

Could you repeat that?

Could you say that again?

What did you say?

What was that (again)?

Did you say . . . ?

I'm sorry. I didn't catch that.

What did you say your name was?

Did you say Andersen or Henderson?

Is "Cathy" spelled with a C or a K?

And what was your address again?

Sorry, I didn't catch the last part.

I can't hear you very well.


It's Cathy Henderson.

Henderson, with an H.

It's C as in Cadillac.

72 West Sunshine Blvd., Suite 501.

Do you want me to repeat it?

Maybe you should turn down the radio.

For Conversation practice

Sitautions : Asking for Repetition

Textbook : English Knowhow, Book 1, Chapter 4

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Last updated: 15 February, 2010 02:43:16