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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5485: The best way of speaking
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    The best way of speaking


    Complete the sentences with the right word. Instead of using 'say,tell,speak' you can use verbs with a different meaning in order to precise the way it was said.



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    1. To continue to talk about a subject after the interest of the listener has been exhausted :

    2. To repeatedly talk about a certain subject :

    3. To talk for a long time about something which is not very interesting to the other people in the conversation :

    4. To say a list or impressive number of facts very quickly :

    5. To rudely enter another conversation :

    6. To add a specific point to a conversation :

    7. To say something suddenly usually without thinking :

    8. To say something suddenly :

    9. To add a new idea to a conversation :

    10. To agree with someone else :









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