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    There is someone (who) wants you on the phone.

    Is it normal to say without "who" in this case? If you do, isn't it confusing?

    ex)There is someone (who)wants you on the phone.

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    Re: There is someone (who) wants you on the phone.

    More natural is 'Someone wants you on the phone' or 'You're wanted on the phone'.

    Rover

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