Thursday 4 September 2008

AAE Q148: can't get a hold of him


I heard the phrase : "I can't get (a) hold of him" twice. At first, there was an "a", but in the other situation, there wasn't. Are there any differences? Which sentence is correct?

Thanks Bara

Hi Bara,

Basically, both sentences are correct and there are no differences in meaning.



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