he called someone
Anywhere someone wants to make a call.
If someone phones you, you should answer first.. By picking up the phone and saying " hello ".
write to someone is the correct word although many people say write someone
write a program which reads names of students and their telephones from a file and produce a linked list ordered in alphabetical order by the surname of the student.
the Victorians telephones were invented because if someone is ill or they needed emergency so someone could call them.
Yes. There were telephones in 1960.
Telephones were invented in 1876. No major milestone in telephones happened in 2000.
There is lots of reasons but I am going to name one reason: If you are getting attacked you can phone the police or someone.
Every single country on earth has telephones.
Telephones are about instant communication with other people wherever they are.
Telephones can able to communicate with other telephones through Public Switched Telephone Network, which transmit voice signal over circuit switching technology.
Yes, there are millions of telephones and cell phones in Egypt.
the older telephones were much bigger and harder to use. todays telephones are everywhere and are much easier to use and have alot more accesories on them.
It comes from the fact that telephones all used to ring to signal an incoming call.
The telephones in the office here have a DND button, which is pressed if someone does not want their telephone to ring, and it means Do Not Disturb
An autobiography is something you write about yourself. If you are writing about someone else's life, then it is called a biography. So you can write someone else's biography, but not someone else's autobiography.
5 i think(5~8 telephones)
me. because telephones are awesome like da budda munchies
their are more than 1billion telephones across the world.
Alberta Government Telephones was created in 1906.
Here are some idioms about writing:Nothing to write home aboutDon't forget to write!to write up somethingthe write up on someonewriting someone/something offwrite in on somethingwrite against somethingwrite back to someonewrite something upwrite awaywrite off for something