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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5996: Tell or say
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    Tell or say


    Tell or say

     

     

    Say can refer to any type of speech. Say is never followed directly by a person as an object: you must use 'say something to someone' for this.

     

    Tell is used to report that someone has given information or an order. The verb tell is always followed by the person that the information or order is given to.

     


    Put in tell and say in the correct form.





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    1. Come on , me everything.

    2. You know what they about London, don't you?

    3. She's always lies

    4. Mum! The teacher a rude word in class today.

    5. I hate the way she keeps me what to do.

    6. What did you to him?

    7. me about your holiday then.

    8. He gave her his email address but he wouldn't what his phone number was.

    9. 'How do you 'goodbye' in Spanish?'

    10. She goodbye to all her friends and left.

    11. He me I wasn't invited to the party.

    12. She me all about her holiday in Spain.

    13. I couldn't understand a word of what he was trying to to me.

    14. He me this funny story about what happened to him on holiday.

    15. He wouldn't what the problem was.

    16. Can you me the way to the station?

    17. What did they about the car?

    18. I've got something to to you.









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