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    talk / chat / conversations

    hi!

    what is the difference between talk / chat and conversations.

    what about the sentence " lets keep our conversations going." ( not government people talking)

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    Re: talk / chat / conversations

    1. We're having a talk. <could be serious>
    2. We're having a chat. <not serious>
    3. We're having a converstaion. <exactly that; we are talking>

    4. Lets keep our conversations going.
    => I've heard this used in business, and I have seen it used on MSN chat.

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