Learn Phrasal verbs with call. Phrasal verbs are good to learn because they are commonly used in spoken English and using them will make your English sound more natural. Today we will answer a voice message from Elaine, who called in from the Philippines asking about phrasal verbs with call.
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Here are the example sentences:
- I called up my friend Mike this morning.
- My sister left a message on my voice mail, so I called her back.
- So, you call up someone, but you call back someone who called you at an earlier time.
- I called around and finally found the book I wanted at the book shop on Madison Ave.
- Jack said he always calls on his good customers once a week.
- You can call on me if you need help with English.
- Whenever I need help with computers, I know I can always call on Yalcin.
- If you are in trouble, you can call for the police.
- When you need your bathtub fixed, you can call in a plumber.
- When you are hungry, you can call for a pizza.
- We called off the picnic because it was raining.
- The boss called off the meeting because he had an urgent matter do teal with.
- For example, Mike is a reliable worker who has never called out sick.
- The teacher usually says, don’t call out. Raise your hand.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Jeff has two jobs. He works in a supermarket and a bookstore. We can assume that he either has off on Friday or only works one of those jobs on Friday. He’s a busy guy!
Today’s listening challenge:
- How many phrasal verbs with call are given in today’s lesson? What other English phrase was mentioned?
Please feel free to write your answers in the comment box below.
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