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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109: To speak/ to say/ to tell/ to talk
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Say, tell or speak? [Change theme]
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    1. It goes without that we will pay for the expenses.

    2. It's no use expecting me to because I promised I'd keep the secret.

    3. Let's he offers the job to you. Would you accept it?

    4. Don't anyone. We don't want the neighbours to start talking.

    5. Pull yourself together and stop nonsense.

    6. I don't know how we will communicate. I don't a word of Chinese.

    7. She always her prayers before lunch.

    8. Let's invite Maggie as well. Otherwise I know you'll spend the whole evening football.

    9. He is never afraid of his mind.

    10. He was punished for some naughty words.

    11. What would you to a week in the Bahamas?

    12. Let's hope you are right. Time will .

    13. We've all him to stop smoking.

    14. Did the children Goodbye to you?

    15. us why you're late.

    16. She still hasn't her parents she was engaged.

    17. Everyone he is strange, but I can tell it's not true.

    18. We were to come early.

    19. 'Help', he , 'I'm drowning!'

    20. When I was young, children used to the truth to their parents.

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