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Hi! Is "Ynes CALLED UP Dino ON THE PHONE" grammatically wrong?
I also would like to verify if it should either be "Ynes called up Dino" or "Ynes called Dino on the phone" only instead.
I'm confused with those sentences.
Thanks so much!
However, to answer your first question:
Is "Ynes CALLED UP Dino ON THE PHONE" grammatically wrong?
No, but there is no need for 'on the phone'. If we call someone up, it is on the phone.
Note that you could also place 'up' after 'Dino', and you can omit 'up' altogether.
But are those sentences I posted grammatically wrong?
I see. So it can be either of the ff:
Ynes called up Dino on the phone.
Ynes called Dino up on the phone.
Ynes called up Dino.
Ynes called Dino up.
Ynes called Dino on the phone.
Am I right?
How about these?
Leon went down his car.
Leon went down from his car.
Which is right? Which is wrong?
Thanks so much! Ur answers are helping me so much!
Btw, Leon got off his car is also correct, right?
and also, don't you say Go down the chair? So, I'm thinking went down the chair is correct. Is it right?