Free English Phrasal Verb Lesson: Call On, Call Off, Call Back

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Phrasal Verb: Call on

Meaning: To visit

  • I called on my customers this afternoon
  • Tom often calls on his Aunt Jane during the holidays

Phrasal Verb: Call off

Meaning: To cancel

  • I called off the golf game because of the rain.
  • Jack called off the meeting because everyone was too busy.

Phrasal Verb: Call back

Meaning: To telephone someone who had called you before. To return someone’s phone call.

  • I called Joe yesterday but he wasn’t home, and he hasn’t called me back yet
  • Ted called while you were at lunch. Please call him back.

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