Asking for Repetition
Here are some phrases and expressions asking for repetition or clarification in English.
Could you repeat that?
Could you say that again?
What did you say?
What was that (again)?
Did you say . . . ?
I’m sorry. I didn’t catch that.
|What did you say your name was?
Did you say Andersen or Henderson?
Is “Cathy” spelled with a C or a K?
And what was your address again?
Sorry, I didn’t catch the last part.
I can’t hear you very well.
|It’s Cathy Henderson.
Henderson, with an H.
It’s C as in Cadillac.
72 West Sunshine Blvd., Suite 501.
Do you want me to repeat it?
Maybe you should turn down the radio.