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Alexander Graham Bell to his assistant over the very first ever made telephone/Thomas-A-Wattson


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he invented the telephone in 1876 and the first word he spoke on the telephone was Watson come here. i need you.

He split some acid on himself and need help. The quote is: "Come quick Watson I need your help."

Watson- come here I need you.

Mr. Watson, come here, I need you.

he said... "Watson come here i need you"

"Mr. Watson. Come over here. I need to see you."

In 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell. The famous conversation was that Bell said, "Watson, come here, I need you," and Watson heard him.

When Alexander Graham Bell made the first phone, he said, "Watson, come here. I need you."

His mother for inspiration (he was trying to help with her hearing loss) and his assistant Watson, to whom he made the first telephone call (sort of by accident). He uttered, "Watson, come here. I need you."

Mr. Watson.... Come here... I need you! Alexander Graham-bell said this to his assistant. these were the first words ever uttered into a telephone =] history is awesome

It was invented by Alexander graham bell in 1876 due to an accident. he was working on the telephone and he spilt some liquid, his assistant was working downstairs. Alexander shouted "Watson come here i need you !" and Watson heard it therefore the telephone was born

Yes, Alexander Graham Bell had an assistant named Thomas Watson. The famous first words spoken on the first telephone, spoken by Bell, were "Watson! Come here! I need you!" Please see the related link below.

His assitant, Thomas Watson. He told Thomas Watson "Get over here, I need to tell you something." -Tigerlily

"Watson, come here, I need you." These words changed the whole world when Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever call on a telephone in 1876.

You normally use an exclamation mark after a command. "Come here!" is a command.

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The first words ever spoken on a telephone were, " Mr. Watson! Come here! I need you!" spoken by Alexander Gram Bell, who at the time, had just spilled acid on himself while testing his new invention. Very true.

On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell first used the telephone to call his assistant, Tom Watson. He delivered the first telephone message stating, "Mr. Watson! Come here! I need you." Watson was able to hear Bell's message clearly. This was done three days after getting the patent for the device.

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Rednex RedNex did not sing in the movie "Places in the Heart." Doc Watson, Merle Watson & The Texas Playboys did the song. Some people need to do their homework before they put out answers in here.

No. You need to use the indefinite article "a" if you are talking about one language. "She spoke a different language." / "She spoke in a different language." You would not need it if the word is plural. But you could have a number. "She spoke different languages." (than someone else) "She spoke several different languages."

Watson is in need of a person to share a flat with, because he didn't have enough money to bye one for his own.

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