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    "to talk on"

    Which expression is better in formal conversation:
    a) We will talk on this subject (matter) later.
    b) We will talk about this subject (matter) later.

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    Re: "to talk on"

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    Which expression is better in formal conversation:
    a) We will talk on this subject (matter) later.
    b) We will talk about this subject (matter) later.
    For me, 2 is better.

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