Phrasal verbs are very important for our everyday communication. Although they are more characteristic of spoken than written context, they still make an essential means of communication. Here is a great opportunity to learn five phrasal verbs with “call”:
Meaning: to telephone someone who called you earlier.
- Leave me your phone number and Mr Williams will call you back later.
- I’m at the meeting. Is it alright if I call you back later?
Meaning: to invite someone to do something.
- I call on all of you to raise your glasses.
- The coach called on me as if I was the only person responsible for us losing the game.
Meaning: to cancel.
- The wedding was called off! Can you believe it?
- We are sorry to inform you that the flight was called off due to the weather.
Meaning: make necessary, recommended.
- This recipe is calling for thyme.
- Tennis is such a sport that calls for a lot of sacrificing.
Meaning: to call someone in a loud voice.
- The teacher called out in order to attract pupils’ attention.
- Stop calling him out, he can’t hear you.
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