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Is this question correct?

If you don't mind, May I ask that To whom our manager will call John or Bob?

If you don't mind, May I ask whom our manager will call John or Bob?

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kumenglishIs this question correct?

no.

How does this person know which person man your manager is going to address by the name "Bob" or "John"?.

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I think you're aiming at this:

If you don't mind my asking, who is our manager going to call (on)? John or Bob?

"call" ~ phone
"call on" ~ pay a visit to

(No guarantees.)

CJ

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On the phone, Our manger(he knows both but needs to be idenified) has little bit confusion about who is the right person either Bob or John to talk about the particular discussion. I asked someone who is PA to both of them on the phone.

Please suggest the original sentence "May I ask whom our manager will call John or Bob?"

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Which person, Bob or John, should my manager call to discuss this issue? Which one is best positioned to answer his questions and take decisions?