TOEIC Phrasal Verb Lesson - Call On & Call OffAug 10, 2023
There are always questions about the phrasal verbs on the TOEIC exam:
Call off means to cancel or postpone.
- The boss had to leave the office suddenly so we need to call off today’s meeting.
- The company decided to call off its plans to open a branch office in Milan.
Call on means to visit a person. Call on is generally used for official visits.
- Mr. Anderson generally calls on his customers once a month.
- There are a number of accounts that we need to call on before the end of this quarter.
👉 Keep in mind the best way to remember this or any vocabulary in English is to take the word or phrase write it in a sentence that's true for you or true in your world and then memorize your sentences.
👉 You can even take your sentences and write them in the comments below. I would love to see your examples.
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