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Hi,

I will call you or same time you.

What does same time you mean? Is it a verb? It is an expression? What does it mean?

Quoc
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Hi Quoc,

I think you must not have heard it correctly. This doesn't make any sense.

Can you look at it again?
Yes,

I see that on TV:

If you need any help in the future, you can same time me or cal me at 888888.

The same question as above. Please help me.

Quoc
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Hi Quoc,

All of the following would be grammatically correct:

If you need any help in the future, you can come to me or call me at 0123456.

If you need any help in the future, you can come (to) see me or call me at 0123456.

If you need any help in the future, you can send for me or call me at 0123456.

If you need any help in the future, you can send them to me or call me at 0123456.
It's probably:

You can SMS me ...
(send a text message to a cellular)

which is pronounced ess-em-ess

perhaps it was shortened to SM (ess-em) and you thought is was "same time"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_service
never heard of that....
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SameTime is a commercial software product that allows you to "chat" with someone on your computer.

I will SameTime you = I will communicate with you by means of the SameTime software.

CJ
Lordy, Jim... good thing someone here is all technically savvy. I've never heard of it before. So it's like saying "Message me."

Thanks!
Hi all,

1/ Is I will Same Time you standard?

2/ If you have a mobile and I send you amessage (SMS), what is the verb that expresses this action?

Send messages = To .............. (verb)

Thanks

Quoc
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