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Hello,

I am wondering one because we never had any class speaking about that at uni...

Let's say, I have to call a company and I want to introduce myself and ask to speak to someone, is the following text correct? Or is there specific expression to use?

Good Morning/afternoon,
Ludovic *** from COMPANY NAME,
I'd like to speak to Mr YYYY


Thanks in advance
Ludo
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COUMEHello,I am wondering one because we never had any class speaking about that at uni...Let's say, I have to call a company and I want to introduce myself and ask to speak to someone, is the following text correct? Or is there specific expression to use?Good Morning/afternoon,Ludovic *** from COMPANY NAME,I'd like to speak to Mr YYYYThanks in advanceLudo
COUMEHello,I am wondering one because we never had any class speaking about that at uni...Let's say, I have to call a company and I want to introduce myself and ask to speak to someone, is the following text correct? Or is there specific expression to use?Good Morning/afternoon,Ludovic *** from COMPANY NAME,I'd like to speak to Mr YYYYThanks in advanceLudo
If it is a formal call, You might say, "Hello, my name is Jane Cezanne, calling from Anonymous Corp., I was wondering if Name of Person is available, please?" I would feel free to substitute Good Morning or other greeting for hello.
Good morning Sir,

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Thank you Sir, shall I allow myself to call you later or you may have time to speak to me Sir.
Thank you for your time Sir,

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Formal/Professional call, you would say:

"Good morning/afternoon,

This is ABC from 'Company name'. Could I speak to DEF, please?"
or
Hello,
Good morning/afternoon,
This is ABC from Company name, Could you put me through DEF, please?
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AnonymousThis is ABC from Company name, Could you put me through DEF, please?
This is ABC from Company name, Could you put me through to DEF, please?
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