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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #33383: Talking about phone calls
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Phone calls [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Vocabulary: on the phone - On the phone - On the phone at the office - On the phone and prepositions - Make a phone call - Conversation: phone calls-answering machines - On the phone - Business words
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    Talking about phone calls

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    English exercise "Talking about phone calls" created by felin with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from felin]
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    1. Shall I ring you later? >Yes, but I may be out. Have you my mobile number?

    2. She's in the toilet. Can you that, please?

    3. Do you know Mariah's number? > No,I'm afraid I don't . Why don't you in the phone book?

    4. What time do you want me to pick you up this morning? > I'm not sure. I'll you on your mobile just before the bus gets in

    5. Do you know what Jeremy's number is? > Yes, 0208 for London and then his number's 748392.

    6. Do you mind if I a phone call? > No. of course not. The phones's in the hall.

    7. He'll phone later and give you Sandy's new address.> She probably won't be in, but you can a message.

    8. What time shall we meet? > I'm not sure yet, I'll you a call later this afternoon.

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