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    Lenka is offline Senior Member
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    Default do / have? a phone call

    Can I also say "have a phone call" or only "do a ...."?
    E.g.: I had a phone call this morning. My uncle called to me. <= is it correct?

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    Default Re: do / have? a phone call

    Not do.

    To have a phone call = to receive a phone call.
    To make a phone call = to call someone.
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