On hearing the news through the telephone she picked up her kit and dashed out of the door.
I told him through the telephone.
I spoke to him by telephone.
The company's financial reports came in by telephone.
You'd better take down my address and telephone number.
If the telephone rings, tell me, please.
The telephone will be hooked up in a few days.
When the telephone rang he picked up the receiver.
Please listen carefully for the telephone bell while I'm upstairs.
I put the telephone down and took up my work again.
Now that my mother has a telephone, it's much easier to get in touch with her.
A telephone has been installed in the house.
He put down the telephone.
I was so angry with him I slammed down the telephone.
I must go and telephone.
Why ever didn't you telephone?
Are you going to telephone or shall I?
Shall I telegraph or telephone?
I've been telephoning in the whole evening, but I couldn't speak to my parents.
Please telephone to me as soon as you get off the train.
In any event I'll telephone to you before I make a final decision.
It isn't proper to telephone to him at this late hour.
We can telephone to the manager for a car.
She telephoned to say she couldn't come.
He telephoned to say that he would be late a few minutes.
Betty unexpectedly telephoned to thank me.
I will telephone you delightfully.
Will you telephone me tomorrow?
Don't telephone me in the daytime.
Who telephoned you?
You telephone your brother and tell him this.
You can't telephone London directly from here. You have to go through the operator.
If you don't want to go to the shops, you can telephone your order.
Have you telephoned the message to your family?
He telephoned that he would come in the afternoon.
He telephoned,“Is it this Thursday or next?”
S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
He telephoned me the news.
I telephoned your uncle the bad news.
I telephoned my parents a Merry Christmas.
S+～+ n./pron. +to pron./n.
Father telephoned a message to me.
Please telephone your reply to me—a letter would take too long to arrive.
He telephoned a happy birthday to her.
S+～+ pron./n. +that-clause
He telephoned me that he wanted to see us tonight.
He telephoned us that he would be late.
He telephoned Peter that he could not go with us.
S+～+ n./pron. +to- v
I telephoned Mother to come.
She telephoned us to return home.
He telephoned the steamship office to find out what time the steamer is due.