For example I know a name of a person who I need to meet at some place. When I come that place I need to ask somebody at the entrance/check-in/reception to call that person? What is the right way to ask?
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Here are some options. You could adapt or vary any of them.
"Hello, I'm here to meet with Mary Wong."
"Hello, I have a meeting with Mary Wong."
"Hello, I have an appointment with Mary Wong."
Usually, the receptionist will then contact the person and have them come to meet you.