to speak to someone on the (tele)phone
Past Participle form
I will phone my mum this weekend.
She can phone me any time.
A: Can you phone this client today?
B: Of course. Any time?
A: Before 12 please.
I phoned my sister yesterday to wish her 'happy birthday'.
My managed phoned the lawyers to ask what advice they had.
A: Did you phone the bank?
B: Yes I phoned them but I couldn't get through.
A: Will you try again tomorrow?
I'm phoning them now.
We are phoning her every day to see if she's okay.
My girlfriend is phoning me all the time. It's quite annoying.
I've phoned her twice today. I'm not going to phone again.
They've phoned the restaurant and we have a reservation.
A: Have you phoned your dad?
B: Yes, I have.
A: Good. It's important to keep in touch.
B: You're right, it is.