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    #1

    Red face Calling from / calling for

    Hi,
    Which one is correct?

    1. You have a caller named Ms. X calling from Company XY.
    2. You have a caller named Ms.X calling for Company XY.

    1. Please come and collect your package from Receptionist.
    2. Please come and collect your package from the Reception.

    1.Music room is on the 3rd floor.
    2.Music room is in the 3rd floor.


    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: Calling from / calling for

    Welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by kaisya88khalid View Post

    1. You have a caller named Ms. X calling from Company XY.
    2. You have a caller named Ms.X calling for Company XY.

    1. Please come and collect your package from the receptionist.
    2. Please come and collect your package from the Reception.

    1. The music room is on the 3rd floor.
    2. The music room is in the 3rd floor.


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    Re: Calling from / calling for

    1/2 would be more natural as "You have a call from Ms X from/at [name of company]".
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 27-Feb-2017 at 14:33.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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