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TOPIC: Courtesy for asking for repeated messages

Courtesy for asking for repeated messages #95

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Any phases can replace " I beg your pardon
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Courtesy for asking for repeated messages #96

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Hi

Thanks for posting your question to the helpline.

You asked if there were any alternative phrases to "I beg your pardon." You could also say:
"Sorry; excuse me?"
"Sorry. What did you say"?
"Sorry. I didn't catch that."
"Sorry. Could you say that again?"
"Sorry. Could you repeat that?"

It's important to include the word "Sorry" in order to be polite.

Hope this answers your question.

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