Interested in Language
Let's say in early morning, in my office, there was a call from a guy asking to meet my friend, but my friend wasn't in . Some hours later my friend came to the office and I talk to him:
1/ "You have a call from ...."
2/ "You had a call from ..."
Which one should I use?
What would native English speakers say to break the news in this situation?
Thanks for your help.
2. You had a call from ... early this morning.
3. ... called you early this morning.
4. There was a call for you from ... early this morning.
5. You got call from ... early this morning.
Let's say, early in the morning there's a call from a guy asking to meet my colleague, but my colleague isn't in. Some hours later, my colleague shows up and I tell him: