Discussion in ' English Only ' started by Silverobama , Jun 18, Log in or Sign up. Dictionary and thread title search: Previous Thread Next Thread. By the way,many friends here usually reminded me using Google,that's a perfect search engine but unluckily I can only use ".
Silverobama , Jun 18, Usually, this is not when you contact someone else, put [someone] in touch with is used when a third person is involved, and often when you don't know the person you need to contact.
For example, if I need to get in touch with a good diesel mechanic, but I don't know one, I might ask a friend, and I'd say Dave put me in touch with him. You'd also use this if you don't know how to get in touch with the person, and you need help. I didn't know where to reach him, but Alice put me in touch with him. Cypherpunk , Jun 18, Thank you very much I got it now.
I am sure that study in your university will put me in touch with the frontiers of financial knowledge. Can I use it metaphorically in this sentence to mean that my situation of being isolated from the international research on finance will be changed because of my study in this university?
Benjaminlee, I've merged your question with an earlier thread on this topic. I hope you'll find the answers here useful, but if you have additional questions, you're welcome to ask them in this thread. JustKate English Only moderator. JustKate , Jan 14, Parla , Jan 14, I have a new question: How to get in touch with Yan?
Is it natural and polite? Silverobama , Dec 20, Nonn Senior Member Japan - japanese. How can I get in touch with Yan? Could you put me in touch with Yan? Nonn , Dec 20, Thanks a lot, Nonn. I think yours are better but mine is also good, let's wait for some native speakers. Silverobama , Dec 21, JamesM , Dec 21, Let's say X knows how to contact Y, but Z doesn't.
Z asked X for a favor. Talking to each other face to face: Z-How to get in touch with Y? This isn't a question? X-I have her number, hold on. Anyway, James, thanks for your confirmation. No, it's not a complete question. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is:More...