Verbal Ability - Selecting Words - Discussion

Discussion :: Selecting Words - Section 1 (Q.No.152)

Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete.


I shall call ...... you tomorrow.

[A]. at
[B]. on
[C]. with
[D]. by

Answer: Option C


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Prashanth said: (Jul 12, 2010)  
Not sure if there is a need for the blank in this case. I feel the statement is fine as ease.

Madhu said: (Dec 21, 2010)  
I think there is no need of using preposition in the sentence.

Motish said: (Jan 7, 2011)  
Also, I shall call with you tommorow looks awkward

Madhusmita Pany said: (Jan 29, 2011)  
It should be "call on".

Call on means "visit".

Abhi said: (Jun 13, 2011)  
Ya I shall call you ... matchs no need of preposition here.

Ritesh Sharma said: (Jul 3, 2011)  
I feel that there is no need of preposition in this sentence

Pawana said: (Jul 24, 2011)  
No need of preposition in this sentence.

Himanshu said: (Sep 11, 2011)  
It is awkward!

Joydeep said: (Sep 19, 2011)  
It is either "call on" or "call upon" right?

Thats what I know.

Amit said: (Sep 12, 2013)  
I think there is no need of any preposition.

Divya said: (Nov 6, 2014)  
Awkward what "I shall call with you tomorrow" ?

Rishi said: (May 28, 2015)  
This is totally wrong. There is no need for blank. Sentence has full meaning on its own.

Divya said: (Jun 11, 2015)  
I think there is no need of preposition.

Aman said: (Sep 12, 2015)  
It should be [B]. On.

Call with you makes no sense.

Anusha said: (Oct 19, 2015)  
I think no preposition is required. However you could use call on, which means visit. Call with makes no sense.

Rp Singh said: (Oct 27, 2015)  
It should be "call on" means to visit.

Hossen J said: (Nov 23, 2016)  
Call On means to visit for a shot time.

Answer should be "call on".

Dhairyya Agarwal said: (Mar 9, 2017)  
The answer should be call on.

M. Maria said: (Mar 26, 2017)  
It should be "CALL ON NOT CALL WITH".

Priyanka said: (Aug 21, 2019)  
It should be call on.

Habtamu said: (May 9, 2020)  
I think it must be call on.

Shivani said: (Sep 13, 2020)  
When we address a person then we should use with form.

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