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SAY, TELL, SPEAK – What is the difference? Confusing English Verbs | Chia sẻ hữu dụng nhất về say tell speak talk

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  1. SAY
    To speak about something, often reporting on what has been said.

    TELL
    To deliver information to someone

    SPEAK
    To exchange information about something. Formal

    TALK
    To exchange information about something. Informal

  2. Your classes are the superlative.I would like to know usage of “reported me and Told me “these two seems to need an object..Ok. But rest of words like said, informed,answered,replied , responded, and suggested. For these sentences don’t need an object ?

  3. "my boss said: bla-bla-bla and you ask something-something, bla-bla-bla " fokin wonderful lesson !! bla-bla-bla…
    Lisha, why only you are using this kind of teaching and no one else?? …. may be it'a a lack of something-something
    into your intelligence lap!?? WTF all in all, how long you will rape our ears, with that?? not nice, not nice…
    I can listen your lessons to second or third "smth-smth" or "bla-bla-bla" …. and then I'm telling you good bye.
    because it's impossible.

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