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I'd like to make a phone call with a cell phone.

I'd like to make a phone call by a cell phone.

I'd like to make a phone call by cell phone.

I'd like to talk one a cell phone.

I'd like to talk one the cell phone.

I'd like to talk one my cell phone.

I'd like to talk one by cell phone.

(Which expressions are correct?)

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    I'd like to make a phone call with a cell phone. correct, but rather formal, not used much

    I'd like to make a phone call by a cell phone. not quite correct; the word "by" is unusual here.

    I'd like to make a phone call by cell phone. OK, but not used much

    I'd like to talk one a cell phone.
    I'd like to talk one the cell phone.
    I'd like to talk one my cell phone.
    I'd like to talk one by cell phone.
    Change "one" to "on" -- all are Ok except the 4th one.

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