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A: Who's calling,please?
B: This is Mom speaking.

What is omitted before 'speaking'?
Is 'who is' dropped before 'speaking'?

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    Both are fine just as they were written. You could say "This is Mom who is speaking" but the "who is" is assumed, and completely unncessary.

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