by Liz Walter
In my last post I explained how to use the verbs say and tell. This post looks at some other common verbs connected with talking and explains how to use them correctly.
Speak and talk have similar meanings. In general, speak is slightly more formal than talk. Remember to use the preposition to before the person. With can also be used, but is more common in US English:
He didn’t speak/talk to me at all.
The teacher spoke/talked with the girl’s parents.
We usually use the preposition about before the thing that is being discussed:
He talked about the weather.
She never speaks about her work.
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