ASKING PEOPLE TO REPEAT 25/9/19 ASKING PEOPLE TO REPEAT If British people do not hear or understand what is said, they may say Sorry? (GB), What? (informal), (I beg your) pardon? or Pardon me? (US). “Mike’s on the phone.” “Sorry?” “I said Mike’s on the phone.” “You’re going deaf.” “I beg your pardon?” Informally, especially in American English, they may use the phrase Come again? By Gonzalo Re|September 25, 2019|Categories: E-LESSONS, For Lawyers, For translators| About the Author: Gonzalo Re Marketing y Comunicación | The TR Company SA Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.