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    'Call a meeting to passengers?', or 'Call to passengers a meeting?'

    I don't understand if, for example,: 'The director call a meeting the clerks in the lounge' is more correct than 'The director call to clerks a meeting in the lounge', or than 'The director call a meeting of clerks in the lounge'.
    Would you explain me what's the correct statement? Thank you very much.
    Father Young

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    Re: 'Call a meeting to passengers?', or 'Call to passengers a meeting?'

    The director calls a meeting of clerks in the lounge.

    Frank

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