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Hi,

I am travelling, its noisy here, i cant hear you, i will call u once i reached office.

Is it correct?.
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No, not correct.

I am traveling; it's noisy here; I can't hear you; I will call you once I reach office.
Am I reached, please let me know the correct sentence
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Hi,

Where and why would you ask the question, 'Am I reached?' It sounds completely wrong.

Best wishes, Clive
Hello!

This sentence is not correct. I could give you tips on it though.Emotion: wink

First of all, some of the wording does not make sense. For example, 'I will call u once i reached office',
is not written correctly. You can revise that by writing: I will call you once I have reached the office.
Also, punctuation and correct sentence writing is a factor. Instead of writing,
'I am traveling, it is noisy here, i cant hear you, i will call you once i have reached office.'
You could write, ' I am traveling right now and it is very noisy. I can not hear you. I will call you back
once I have reached the office.'
This shows the person you are dong something right then and there but you appreciate their call and you would
definitely call them back.
I hope this helps you.Emotion: smile Keep trying to grasp the English language. You'll get it!
Ayumi Yoshikawa
I will you once reached home
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fuchsia cpu I will you once reached home

No, that's not right.

I reached at home
anonymous I reached at home

Incorrect.

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