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Simple Forms

InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
to call call
let's call
call
PresentPast
callingcalled
Indicative
PresentPast
I call
you call
he/she/it calls
we call
you call
they call
I called
you called
he/she/it called
we called
you called
they called
Compound Forms

Past participle
having called
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am calling
you are calling
he/she/it is calling
we are calling
you are calling
they are calling
I have called
you have called
he/she/it has called
we have called
you have called
they have called
I will call
you will call
he/she/it will call
we will call
you will call
they will call
I will have called
you will have called
he/she/it will have called
we will have called
you will have called
they will have called
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was calling
you were calling
he/she/it was calling
we were calling
you were calling
they were calling
I had called
you had called
he/she/it had called
we had called
you had called
they had called
I will be calling
you will be calling
he/she/it will be calling
we will be calling
you will be calling
they will be calling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have been calling
you have been calling
he/she/it has been calling
we have been calling
you have been calling
they have been calling
I had been calling
you had been calling
he/she/it had been calling
we had been calling
you had been calling
they had been calling
I will have been calling
you will have been calling
he/she/it will have been calling
we will have been calling
you will have been calling
they will have been calling
InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
not to call do not call
let's not call
do not call
PresentPast
not callingnot called
Indicative
PresentPast
I do not call
you do not call
he/she/it does not call
we do not call
you do not call
they do not call
I did not call
you did not call
he/she/it did not call
we did not call
you did not call
they did not call
Past participle
not having called
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am not calling
you are not calling
he/she/it is not calling
we are not calling
you are not calling
they are not calling
I have not called
you have not called
he/she/it has not called
we have not called
you have not called
they have not called
I will not call
you will not call
he/she/it will not call
we will not call
you will not call
they will not call
I will not have called
you will not have called
he/she/it will not have called
we will not have called
you will not have called
they will not have called
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was not calling
you were not calling
he/she/it was not calling
we were not calling
you were not calling
they were not calling
I had not called
you had not called
he/she/it had not called
we had not called
you had not called
they had not called
I will not be calling
you will not be calling
he/she/it will not be calling
we will not be calling
you will not be calling
they will not be calling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have not been calling
you have not been calling
he/she/it has not been calling
we have not been calling
you have not been calling
they have not been calling
I had not been calling
you had not been calling
he/she/it had not been calling
we had not been calling
you had not been calling
they had not been calling
I will not have been calling
you will not have been calling
he/she/it will not have been calling
we will not have been calling
you will not have been calling
they will not have been calling
Indicative
PresentPast
do I call ?
do you call ?
does he/she/it call ?
do we call ?
do you call ?
do they call?
did I call ?
did you call ?
did he/she/it call ?
did we call ?
did you call ?
did they call ?
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
am I calling ?
are you calling ?
is he/she/it calling ?
are we calling ?
are you calling ?
are they calling ?
have I called ?
have you called ?
has he/she/it called ?
have we called ?
have you called ?
have they called ?
will I call ?
will you call ?
will he/she/it call ?
will we call ?
will you call ?
will they call ?
will I have called ?
will you have called ?
will he/she/it have called ?
will we have called ?
will you have called ?
will they have called ?
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
was I calling ?
were you calling ?
was he/she/it calling ?
were we calling ?
were you calling ?
were they calling ?
had I called ?
had you called ?
had he/she/it called ?
had we called ?
had you called ?
had they called ?
will I be calling ?
will you be calling ?
will he/she/it be calling ?
will we be calling ?
will you be calling ?
will they be calling ?
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
have I been calling ?
have you been calling ?
has he/she/it been calling ?
have we been calling ?
have you been calling ?
have they been calling ?
had I been calling ?
had you been calling ?
had he/she/it been calling ?
had we been calling ?
had you been calling ?
had they been calling ?
will I have been calling ?
will you have been calling ?
will he/she/it have been calling ?
will we have been calling ?
will you have been calling ?
will they have been calling ?
Past participle
having called
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am calling
you are calling
he/she/it is calling
we are calling
you are calling
they are calling
I have called
you have called
he/she/it has called
we have called
you have called
they have called
I will call
you will call
he/she/it will call
we will call
you will call
they will call
I will have called
you will have called
he/she/it will have called
we will have called
you will have called
they will have called
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was calling
you were calling
he/she/it was calling
we were calling
you were calling
they were calling
I had called
you had called
he/she/it had called
we had called
you had called
they had called
I will be calling
you will be calling
he/she/it will be calling
we will be calling
you will be calling
they will be calling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have been calling
you have been calling
he/she/it has been calling
we have been calling
you have been calling
they have been calling
I had been calling
you had been calling
he/she/it had been calling
we had been calling
you had been calling
they had been calling
I will have been calling
you will have been calling
he/she/it will have been calling
we will have been calling
you will have been calling
they will have been calling
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-  Rouse somebody from sleep with a call
-  Consider or regard as being
-  Challenge the sincerity or truthfulness of
-  Utter in a loud voice or announce
-  Order, summon, or request for a specific duty or activity, work, role
-  Order or request or give a command for
-  Lure by imitating the characteristic call of an animal
-  Get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone
-  Order, request, or command to come
-  Declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee
-  Challenge (somebody) to make good on a statement; charge with or censure for an offense
-  Require the presentation of for redemption before maturation
-  Utter a sudden loud cry
-  Make a prediction about; tell in advance
-  Ascribe a quality to or give a name of a common noun that reflects a quality
-  Utter a characteristic note or cry
-  Assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to
-  Send a message or attempt to reach someone by radio, phone, etc.; make a signal to in order to transmit a message
-  Read aloud to check for omissions or absentees
-  Indicate a decision in regard to
-  Give the calls (to the dancers) for a square dance
-  Make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands
-  Demand payment of (a loan)
-  Call a meeting; invite or command to meet
-  Pay a brief visit
-  Make a stop in a harbour
-  Greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name
-  Stop or postpone because of adverse conditions, such as bad weather



-  I was called at 5 A.M. this morning
-  I would not call her beautiful
-  Call the speaker on a question of fact
-  The auctioneer called the bids
-  They called him to active military duty
-  The unions called a general strike for Sunday
-  Call ducks
-  Take two aspirin and call me in the morning
-  Call the police!
-  Call a runner out
-  He deserves to be called on that
-  Call a bond
-  I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me
-  Call the outcome of an election
-  She called her children lazy and ungrateful
-  Bluejays called to one another
-  The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader
-  A transmitter in Samoa was heard calling
-  Call roll
-  Call balls and strikes behind the plate
-  He called his trump
-  Call a loan
-  The new dean calls meetings every week
-  The mayor likes to call on some of the prominent citizens
-  The ship will call in Honolulu tomorrow
-  She calls him by first name
-  Call a football game


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