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    maoyueh is offline Member
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    Default preposition

    I enjoy making free video calls to my boyfriend in the States (A. by B. on C. over D. with) Skype.

    Which one(s) should I choose to complete the above sentence? Thank you so much.

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    Default Re: preposition

    I'd say by, with, through, via.

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