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Nema interneta , šta da kažem klijentu na engleskom?



Kako da kažete vašem stranom klijentu da vam internet ne radi i da zamolite vašeg sagovornika da ponovi informaciju?


Danas sa vama delim 10 korisnih izraza


1. Loš internet


Možda je najlakši način da kažete da ,,imate loš internet”


· It looks like I’m having a bad connection today. Could you say that again, please?

· Sorry, I think the connection is bad. Can you hear me?

Možete naravno i da naglasite koliko vam je konekcija loša


· Unfortunately my connection is terrible today.

· The connection seems to be unstable.


2. Loš domet


U engleskom jeziku koristimo reč reception za domet


· Sorry, I’m in the countryside and there’s really bad reception here.


3. Baguje


Lag se u engleskom koristi kako bismo izrazili našu frustraciju kad je nešto sporo, postoji takođe fraza lagging behind. Mi kažemo često za ovakav domet da baguje, secka i slično.


· I think I’m lagging. Let me quickly switch to a different Wi-Fi network.

· Sorry, my computer lags a little whenever I start a call. It will be OK in a few minutes.


4. Veza se lomi, prekida


Drugi izraz koji možemo da koristimo kad hoćemo da kažemo da se internet koči, baguje, da čujemo nekoga kao na pokvarenoj traci i slično je break up.


· Could you say that again? You’re starting to break up.

· I’m sorry, but I think you’re breaking up.


5. Ne vidim vas jasno, ne čujem vas jasno


“Choppy” je još jedan pridev koji možemo koristiti, takođe se koristi u moreplostvu za opisivanje talas koje je teško savladati.


Takođe, to chop znači seckati u kulinarstvu


· Sorry, my internet is choppy, so I am not able to see you clearly

· You sound kind of choppy. Is your internet OK?


6. Act Up ili internet me ne sluša


“Acting up” je fraza koja je u jednom trenutku izašla iz mode u engleskom jeziku, pre se koristila kako bi se opisala deca koja ,,nešto izvode” to jest nisu raspoložena da urade nešto ili se ponašaju čudno. Danas se ovaj izraz koristi za opisivanje tehnologije koja ne radi kako treba.


· Sorry, I took so long to join the call! I think my internet is acting up.

· Just a heads-up that I might suddenly disappear from the call. My Wi-Fi is acting up.



7. Izbacuje me


Možemo naravno da koristimo i već dugo poznat izraz to disconnect


· Could you repeat what you just said? Sorry, I got disconnected for a second.

· We keep getting disconnected. Perhaps we switch to other app? Maybe Skype?


8. Internet mi nestaje


To drop znači ispustiti


· Sorry, my internet keeps dropping. Let me move closer to the router.

· The call dropped in the middle of your question. What were you saying?


9. Prekida mi


To cut off koristimo i kad hoćemo da kažemo da smo fizički onemogućeni da dođemo negde, na primer: We were cut off as the consequence of avalanche for 3 months from the main town, it was impossible to get it through.


· Sorry, what were you saying before you got cut off?

· We seem to have been cut off.


10. Nestao si mi


Koristimo glagol to lose


· We lost a few people just now. Let’s wait for them to rejoin the call.

· Did we lose Mark? Oh, looks like he’s back.

Koji vam izraz deluje najpraktičnije za svakodnevnu upotrebu?

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