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Say: someone you work with is telling you to call someone over to his office And you are going up to that person In this context which one of them would be correct: He wants to see you in his room He is calling you ( over? ) Please help me figure this out and make corrections as well. Thanks
Sep 26, 2021 1:58 PM
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Say: someone you work with is telling you to call someone over to his office And you are going up to that person In this context which one of them would be correct: He wants to see you in his room He is calling you ( over? ) Please help me figure this out and make corrections as well. Thanks
Hello there :-) Nice to see you practicing your English skills way to go. You would say: He (or maybe you could preferably use the person's actual name) is calling you over to his office. I hope this helps! Thanks!
Sep 26, 2021 3:25 PM
Say: someone you work with is telling you to call someone over to his office And you are going up to that person In this context which one of them would be correct: He wants to see you in his room He is calling you ( over? ) Please help me figure this out and make corrections as well. Thanks
I think, you can say "he wants to see you in his office".
Sep 26, 2021 2:24 PM
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English, Uzbek
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