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    speak

    give me some hints on using the verb 'to speak'.

    In which context we should use speak with, speak to..
    Last edited by mahesh877; 21-Oct-2007 at 16:07.


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    Re: speak

    Have you spoken to the staff about the changes? = Have you told them

    Have you spoken with the staff about their views on the changes? = Have you discussed the changes with them?


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    Re: speak

    thanks..

    I shall speak to the farmers.

    I shall speak with the farmers about their plans of cultivation.


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