Call Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Call V1 V2 V3
- Give (an infant or animal) a specified name.(verb)
- Cry out (a word or words)(verb)
- Contact or attempt to contact (a person or number) by phone.(verb)
|Verb(V1)||Past Tense(V2)||Past Participle(V3)|
|Verb – es(Ves)||Verb – ing(Ving)|
name, cry out, cry, shout, yell, sing out, whoop, bellow, roar, halloo, bawl, scream, shriek, screech, phone, telephone, get on the phone to, get someone on the phone, dial, make a call to, place a call to, get, reach, convene, summon, call together, order, assemble, cry, shout, yell, whoop, roar, scream, shriek, cry, song, sound, phone call, telephone call, visit, social call, appeal, request, plea, entreaty, summons, request,
Example Sentences with call
- I’ll give you a call later today.
- When will you call me to meet me?
- He will call me tomorrow.
- The boy whose dog bit my daughter last week called me to say sorry.
- Anytime you need to talk, Just call me.
- Melanistic leopards are also called black panthers.
- I made some calls.
- You can either call me at home or the office.
- Mr. George has just called you.
- What would you like to be called?
- You could have called first.
- I can’t call anyone right now.
- We called off the wedding.
- I called off the picnic.
- The woman called out to help me.
- I must call him sometimes during the morning.
- Had they gone out when you called?
- I need to call my supervisor.
- I’m calling from a cell phone.
- I made several calls.
- If he is available, ask him to call me.
- He didn’t talk to his friends nor did he call his father.
- I love that the accent over his first name is called an acute accent, and that he has a cute accent.
- I think Steve is callous.