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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44781: Speak and talk
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    Speak and talk


    Speak and Talk are very similar, but sometimes they're used differently.


    You use SPEAK when:


    • you speak a language
    • you ask to speak to someone on the telephone
    • you speak to a big group of people


    BUT, you use TALK when:


    • you talk about a subject
    • you talk when you have a conversation with someone.




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    1. Can I to Ian, please?

    2. We don't about business at home.

    3. Can we about that?

    4. I at the society's annual meeting.

    5. I Italian, but not very well.

    6. I want to about our new product.

    7. Can I to Ms Bryant, please?

    8. Do you German?

    9. He at the conference every year.

    10. Let's .









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