Phrasal verbs: CALL

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Here is a great opportunity to learn five phrasal verbs with “call”:

CALL BACK – to telephone someone who called you earlier.
Leave me your phone number and Mr Williams will call you later.


CALL ON – to invite someone in a formal way to do something.
I call on all of you to raise your glasses.


CALL OFF – cancel.
The wedding was called off!


CALL FOR – make necessary, recommended.
This recipe is calling for thyme.


CALL OUT – call someone in a loud voice.
Stop calling him out, he can’t hear you.

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