I’m calling to + (verb)

When using the words ‘I’m calling’ you are stating that you are actually using the phone to call and relay information.

Here are some examples:

“I’m calling to tell you about my day.”
“I’m calling to accept your invitation.”
“I’m calling to answer your question.”
“I’m calling to book a reservation at your restaurant.”
“I’m calling to complain about something.”
“I’m calling to thank you.”
“I’m calling to support your decision.”
“I’m calling to remind you of our dinner plans.”
“I’m calling to report a lost wallet.”
“I’m calling to receive my prize.”

I’m working on + (noun)

‘I’m’ is a contraction for the words ‘I am.’ The phrase ‘working on’ relays a physical or mental effort towards an accomplishment.

Here are some examples:

“I’m working on a big project.”
“I’m working on training my dog.”
“I’m working on making new friends.”
“I’m working on educating myself.”
“I’m working on my homework.”
“I am working on painting a house.”
“I am working on a new idea.”
“I am working on my computer.”
“I’m working on my website.”