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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #36455: Speak-Talk-Say-Tell
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Say, tell or speak? [Change theme]
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    Speak-Talk-Say-Tell


    Speak

    • She can speak French.
    • He speaks without accent.
    • They speak very quickly and I cannot understand anything.

     

    Talk- when two or more persons have a conversation.

    • They are talking about their friends.
    • Some uncivilized people talk during the concert time.
    • They have just talked about buying a house.

     

    Say

    • Don't say to anybody we are going to buy a car.
    • The teacher said: 'Sit down, please'.
    • He said he played tennis for three hours yesterday.
    • What did he say?

     

    Tell - used to give information.

    • Thank you for telling me what happened.
    • As a godmother, she has told fairy tales to their children.
    • He told us it would be a rainy day.

     





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    1. She them about her holiday.

    2. Don't anything to your parents.

    3. The two children are to each other during the pause.

    4. I have always to my son about this subject.

    5. Do you always so quietly?

    6. He she wasn't right.

    7. Who was to his friend?

    8. The children us what they had seen at the museum.

    9. She didn't know what to .

    10. 'Put the car in the garage', she .









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