Stop Saying "I Saw Your Miss Calls" is Wrong, See the Correct Sentence

By Samson T. Timothy   1 month ago   169
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Stop Saying "I Saw Your Miss Calls" is Wrong, See the Correct Sentence

 

 

English is not our language but it is a Language of rule that we need to understand If we want to be speaking good English. Although It is not easy to understand all the rule of any language but let keep try to study about these rules since English is our general Language in Nigeria.

 

The sentence is correct, assuming you are referring to a call to a mobile phone which displays missed calls, toegether with time and sender information.

 

You can “see” a missed call on a mobile. If you had called a landline number, however, it would not make sense to talk about seeing a missed call because most voicemail devices simply alert you to the fact that there was a missed call and you then have to play the recording of whatever message was left.

 

For landlines, therefore, it makes more sense to ask Did you pick up my missed call? , meaning

 

Did you play the message I left?

 

Let see what is wrong in using the sentence "I saw your miss calls"

 

The word "Your" in this sentence is wrong. Who miss the call? You or the person that call you. It was you that Miss the calls.

 

So the correct sentence is "I SAW MY MISS CALL, AND I NOTICED IT WAS YOU".

 

Thanks 

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Ok o. English teacher. Thank you 


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Orsoja Honor
1 month ago

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Uche Obioma
1 month ago

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1 month ago

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English is not our language but it is a Language of rule that we need to understand If we want to be speaking good English. Although It is not easy to understand all the rule of any language but let keep try to study about these rules since English is our general Language in Nigeria.


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Obado Thankgod
1 month ago

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Darlington Diogu
1 month ago

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English is not our mother tounge so we try our best


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Godwin Ofukama
1 month ago

Teach us, we are here to learn


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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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