I received a message in error, and normally I would ignore wrong calls. But the message sent was a man trying to help a woman who was having a problem with another man at their place of mutual work. So I replied, you have reached the wrong person, please check your number and dial again. Gratitude for the glimmer if humanity, and restoring some hope, that some people in distress actually get help. I got a thank you back, which meant a lot for that flickering flame of hope. I think the confusing aspect of English that makes it difficult to learn, us how much is assumed rather than expressed. The word help, for example, is also the shortest sentence, as it is understood to mean you help me. The urgentness measured in vocal tone. Asking begging or gasping, breathing variations, eh.