I’m Calling To | English Speaking Lessons

I’m calling to + (verb)

This structure is used to talk about the purpose of calling somebody by phone. After I’m calling, we use an infinitive with to.

Here are some examples:

• I’m calling to tell you that I’m interested in the offer.
• I’m calling to invite you to our party.
• I’m calling to accept your invitation.
• I’m calling to reserve a table for four for 8 pm.
• I’m calling to complain about a problem I’m having with my camera / TV / computer / etc.
• I’m calling to thank you for your support.
• I’m calling to apologize for the mistake.
• I’m calling to tell you that I have received a better job offer.
• I’m calling to inform you that I cannot accept the job.
• I’m calling to file a complaint.

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