- How do you ask if you’re busy?
- Can I call you at your convenient time?
- Can I speak with you Google?
- How do you answer is it a good time to talk?
- What will be the right time to call you?
- How do you politely ask for a call?
- Is it correct to say can I call you?
- Can I borrow 5 minutes of your time?
- How should I call you or what should I call you?
- Is it talk to you or talk with you?
- Are you free now meaning?
- Should I ask to call or just call?
- Is this the good time to talk?
- How do you ask for time to talk?
- How do I ask for free time to talk?
How do you ask if you’re busy?
How to ask a busy person (me, for example) for some of their time!Introduce yourself properly.
Tell me about yourself.
Do your homework.
Why do you want to meet me.
Are you offering me anything in exchange.
Make it easy for me.
Keep in mind..
Can I call you at your convenient time?
You can call me at your convenience – anytime, day or night. As for may vs. can, may is probably the more correct word to use (at least in a more formal sense), but can might sound more friendly in informal contexts.
Can I speak with you Google?
You can now talk to your computer, kind of like you would a person — that is, if you’re running Google’s Chrome browser. … Although Chrome’s voice search, which allows users to search for things just by speaking, has been around for a while, the update now lets your computer speak back to you.
How do you answer is it a good time to talk?
There is no reply that can be called the best reply to such a question.You can only give a polite, proper and correct reply.If you are free and can talk, say “Okay, Please go ahead”If you are not free, you can politely say “Not right now, please. … This question is nice gesture.More items…
What will be the right time to call you?
Both are correct but “should” is much more polite because it is inviting the recipient to offer a time which convenient to the recipient. “Can” is more common but means when am I ABLE TO CALL YOU. You are able to call at any time but you may not receive a reply if the recipient is not at home all the time.
How do you politely ask for a call?
To ask for a phone call in a business context requires correct timing, formal language and you to be gentle. In a private context you can just say “I will call you” when you feel the conversation is suitable to do so.
Is it correct to say can I call you?
“can I call you” is much more likely to be interpreted as, “I would really like to call you if you think it would be OK.” The first sentence is more useful in a business situation where you think future communication might be needed.
Can I borrow 5 minutes of your time?
Can I Have 5 Minutes Of Your Time? is a 2009 non fiction by American author Hal Becker. It explores sales from Xerox’s former #1 salesperson in the USA. … took Becker over three years to complete and was rejected by 35 publishers.
How should I call you or what should I call you?
“What should I call you?” is more polite than asking “What can I call you?” but the meanings are the same. These questions are much less common than “What is your name?” “How can I call you?” is the way you might ask someone for their phone number.
Is it talk to you or talk with you?
You can say “Sue is talking to John” or “Sue is talking with John” – they’re the same! Some people claim that talk to should be used when it’s only one person speaking, and talk with should be used when it’s more of a two-sided discussion. However, in practice, many native speakers use both interchangeably.
Are you free now meaning?
“You’re free today?” (“Are you free today?”) is asking her if she is “available to spend time with you”. “Free” means “available”. “Free today” does not mean “not working today”.
Should I ask to call or just call?
Just call them. If the person does not pick up, you may choose to text or not, depending on the purpose of your call. If you had nothing important but just want to catch up, you could text that. It is fine even if you don’t text, when the person misses your call.
Is this the good time to talk?
Francis suggests that instead of opening with the “Is this a good time to talk” tack, you should go the other route and ask whether it is a bad time to talk. She thinks that this can elicit humor in the person being asked, who might say that it’s always a bad time.
How do you ask for time to talk?
“Can I talk/speak/have a word with you?Have you got a minute to talk?I need to share something with you when you have a minute.I need a minute or two of your time when you can… just need to tell you something.I know you’re busy, but when you have minute can we talk?Please, see me when you have a minute.More items…
How do I ask for free time to talk?
Depends on your familiarity with them, but I like “hey ^boss’ name^, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thanks!” A more formal way might be: “Sir, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thank you.”