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Speak means to talk, to give a lecture or speech, or to use your voice to say something. The word speak has many other senses as a verb and is used in several idioms. Speak is a synonym of talk and means to use words and sounds to communicate. When humans speak with each other, we use language governed by rules to understand each other.What is speech?
Speak is a synonym of talk and means to use words and sounds to communicate. When humans speak with each other, we use language governed by rules to understand each other. Some birds, such as parrots and ravens, are able to imitate human voices. While they don’t actually understand the words they use, we still say these animals are able to speak.What is the difference between talking about and speaking about?
If two or more people are discussing something, you say they are talking aboutit. Don't say they 'are speaking about' it. The men were talking aboutsome medical problem. Everybody will be talking aboutit at school tomorrow. 4. languages You say that someone speaksor can speaka language. They spokefluent English. How many languages canyou speak?What is the past tense of the word speak?
speak (spiːk) – past tense spoke (spouk) : past participle ˈspoken(ˈspoukən) – verb 1. to say (words) or talk.