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  1. Anonymous
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    Which one of these sentences is correct:
    1-I am calling for an appointment.
    2-I am calling to have an appointment.
    3-I am calling to make an appointment.
    4-I am caling to fix an appointment.

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    #2
    In my opinion, only the third one is correct.

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    #3
    I think the first might be OK in BE, but I'd go for the third with Ron.

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