Call İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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Call İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

Call İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** The announcer called for attention.
*** The situation calls for our action.
*** This bay is called New York Harbor.
*** Donald always calls me on my birthday.
*** Donald heard someone calling for help.
*** Donald heard someone calling his name.


*** Donald wondered why Zoe never called.
*** Donald, call Zoe as soon as possible.
*** What time shall I call you tonight?
*** When Donald gets here, give me a call.
*** Why don’t you call a spade a spade?

*** A hundred years is called a century.
*** Are you suggesting that we call Donald?
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*** Can I make a telephone call, please?

*** Don’t forget to call me up tomorrow.
*** First of all, I have to call on Jim.
*** He had just come home when I called.

*** He is what we call a man of culture.
*** He is what we call a musical genius.

*** He was a big man called Little John.


*** He went so far as to call me a fool.

*** He went so far as to call me a liar.

*** How can I make a long-distance call?

*** I called him, but the line was busy.

*** I heard my name called in the crowd.

*** I hung up and called her back again.


*** I just got a call from the hospital.

*** I told Donald that he should call Zoe.

*** I’ll give you a call in the morning.

*** It was too early to call the police.

*** Ken called on his teacher yesterday.

*** May I ask you to call me back later?

*** She called me up, as I had expected.


*** She is the type men call “stunning.”

*** Somebody called my name in the dark.

*** Someone should’ve called the police.

*** The police called on Zoe yesterday.

*** The President called out the troops.

*** The telephone call lasted six hours.

*** Donald calls his karate teacher Sensei.


*** Donald’s friends called him Money Bags.

*** Toronto used to be called Fort York.

*** Urgent business has called him away.

*** Would you like me to call you a cab?

*** Would you mind if I gave Donald a call?

*** Your agent has already called on me.

*** Your friend said he would call back.

*** A Mr. West called while you were out.


*** It would be good to call us on Saturday

*** Tell Donald I’ll call later this afternoon.

*** The recipe calls for four ripe tomatoes.

*** The rose is called the queen of flowers.

*** There’s a phone call for you from Akemi.

*** Donald called Zoe and canceled their date.

*** Donald called while you were in the shower.

*** Donald’s friends called him Mr. Money Bags.

*** Was that you who called late last night?

*** We’ll call you when your table is ready.

*** What do you call this flower in English?

*** Why do they call New York the Big Apple?

*** Would you mind calling him to the phone?

*** You need to call the police immediately.

*** A friend of mine called me up last night.


*** After their quarrel, she called it quits.

*** Haven’t I told you never to call me here?

*** He called his mother up from the airport.

*** How can I make a telephone call to Japan?

*** I heard my name called twice in the dark.

*** I heard someone call my name from behind.

*** I heard someone on the street calling me.

*** I thought you were going to call in sick.

*** I wish you had called thirty minutes ago.

*** I’d like to make a collect call to Japan.

*** I’ll call on you at your office tomorrow.

*** I’ll call you as soon as I hear anything.

*** I’ll call you first thing in the morning.

*** If it rains, the game will be called off.

*** If there’s anything we can do, just call.


*** Illness prevented me from calling on you.

*** In case of an emergency, call the police.

*** Maybe we should call the whole thing off.

*** Ming called her friend yesterday evening.

*** Paula was called away on urgent business.

*** Please call me at eight tomorrow morning.

*** That sea is called the Mediterranean Sea.

*** The chairman called the meeting to order.

*** The fire department has to be called out.

*** The situation calls for drastic measures.

*** The teacher will call us when he’s ready.

*** They called Greeley a fool and a traitor.

*** They called President Roosevelt a pirate.

*** Donald and Zoe called off their engagement.

*** Donald said he was going to call the police.


*** Why didn’t you call me yesterday evening?

*** Why don’t I call Donald and ask him to help?

*** You get on the phone and call the doctor.

*** Africa was once called the Dark Continent.

*** Can you tell Donald that I’ll call him later?

*** Can you wait here while I make a quick phone call?

***You can call me whenever you want.

***You need to call Tom and tell him.

***Bill got mad and called Dick names.

***call a taxi in the morning, please.

***call me up at seven in the morning.

***call Tom and tell him to come here.

***call Tom and tell him where we are.

***Could you call me back a bit later?

***Did you call your friend in Canada?


***Don’t forget to call me up tonight.

***Everybody calls the small cat Tora.

***He is waiting for a telephone call.

***He is what we call a self-made man.

***He was supposed to call her at ten.

***He’s what we call an honor student.

***I am already what you call elderly.

***I am going to call on her tomorrow.

***I called Tom the following morning.

***I can’t believe you called Tom fat.

***I expect a phone call this morning.

***I got a call from her this morning.

***I got a call from the school today.

***I have the right to call my lawyer.

***I heard my name called from behind.


***I heard my name called in the dark.

***I just got a call from your school.

***I told you to stop calling me that.

***I tried calling you at your office.

***I tried to call you but I couldn’t.

***I wanted to make a few phone calls.

***I was called into the office first.

***I will call back in twenty minutes.

***I will call in order to confirm it.

***I will call you tomorrow afternoon.

***I’ll call on you one of these days.

***I’ll call Tom when I get to Boston.

***I’m waiting for his telephone call.

***If you have any problem, just call.

***In case of trouble, please call me.

***It was a friend of mine who called.

***It’s not too late to call this off.

***Meg called you during your absence.

***Our galaxy is called the Milky Way.

***Remind me to tell Tom to call Mary.

***She called me many terrible things.

***She called me very late last night.

***She heard someone calling for help.

***She resented being called a coward.

***Call the police!

***Please call him.

***Call an ambulance.

***Let’s call it a day.

***I’ll call you a taxi.

***Call me at the office.

***Call up Tom right away.

***Please give him a call.

***Let’s make a phone call.

***I’ll call you later today.

***Why didn’t you call me up?

***He was absent at roll call.

***I forgot to call him today.

***I will call you in an hour.

***I’ll call for you at three.

***She waited for him to call.

***I had a phone call from him.

***What do they call their baby?

***What do you call this flower?

***Call me at six-thirty, please.

***Did you call him up yesterday?

***Do you know who took the call?

***Will you please call me a taxi?

***Call me when you get settled in.

***She asked him to call her later.

***Please call me at my hotel later.

***Could you call again later please?

***Why didn’t you call me last night?

***Did anyone call me while I was out?

***I heard a young girl call for help.

***In any case, I’ll call you tomorrow.

***She was supposed to call him at 2:30.

***Paula left the room to call her mother.

***I was disappointed that you didn’t call.

***What do you call this insect in English?

***I’ll call him first thing in the morning.

***Please call me at seven tomorrow morning.

***What do you call this animal in Japanese?

***I think it’s time for me to call a doctor.

***I think it’s time for me to call it a day.

***I think it’s time for me to call it quits.

***I’ll have her call you when she gets back.

***What do you call this vegetable in English?

***I’ll call you back when I get to the bus stop.

***If you want to speak to me, please call me up.

***He never fails to call his mother on her birthday.

***If you can’t make it, call us as soon as possible.

***She asked him to call her later, but he forgot to.

***I’m going to call Tom tomorrow and ask him to help.

***I couldn’t call you; the telephone was out of order.

***I’ll call you when I get the results of the examination.

***She forgot that she had promised to call him last night.

***She was about to call him up when he walked in the door.

***I’m sorry to disturb you, but there’s a phone call for you.



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