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    #1

    There is someone knocking at the door.

    Tom: There is someone knocking at the door.
    John: It must be the computer repairman. I ( ) him to come to fix my computer.
    A.
    call
    B. have called

    C. called
    D. will call

    The answer key is C, but I think B is also OK. What do you say?
    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: There is someone knocking at the door.

    Only C is correct.
    I am not a teacher.

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