Here we would like to discuss some sentences about “common english phrases and sentences call”
(Demand) (If you call for something, you demand that it should happen)
They angrily called for Robinson’s resignation.
A call for 100 bottles of blood was answered promptly.
Call for (If you call for someone, you go to the building where they are, so that you can both go somewhere)
I shall be calling for you at seven o’clock.
I will call for you tomorrow and we’ll go to the park together.
(If something calls for a particular action or quality, it needs it or makes it necessary)
The headmaster called for an explanation from the student for his conduct.
I will call for you tomorrow and we’ll go to the party together.
I shall be calling for you at six o’clock.
I shall be calling for you on Sunday.
Our principal called for a seminar
I will call for you at nine.
I’ll take the call in my institute.
How many students will you call in?
I’ll give you a call in the evening.
Will you call in at the Biz bazaar for some groceries?
Could you call in on mom on your way home?
Sovna was intending to call on Miss Kirti.
I will now call on Anshu for an answer.
Why not call on me tomorrow night?
I like that you should call on me regularly.
The President will call on you next Monday afternoon.
(If you call someone up, you telephone them)
common english phrases and sentences call
When I’m in Pittsburgh, I call him up.
He called up the museum.
Sometimes I’d even call up at 6 a.m.
Call up the chemist and order some castor oil.
(to make someone remember; recall)
The aroma of freshly baked bread calls up fond memories.
I can’t call up past events.
I can’t call up my school days.
Here we discussed some useful sentences about “call”.