Student or Learner
1. I talk to her in English.
2. I speak to her in English.
a. Are the above identical in meaning?
b. Are talk and speak interchangeable?
Definition and pronunciation of speak | Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary
Speak can suggest a more formal level of communication than talk. You speak to somebody about something to try to achieve a particular goal or to tell them to do something. You talk to somebody in order to be friendly or to ask their advice: Have you talked to your parents about the problems you're having? ◇ I've spoken to Ed about it and he's promised not to let it happen again.
Say, speak, talk
Speak about talk!
speak and talk
speak in circles / talk in circles
speak to / talk to
Speak to you later. / Talk to you later.
speak to/ with talk to / with
Speak vs talk
speak with or speak to/ talk to or talk with? which is which
Speak/talk (in) English
Speak/talk as an ability
talk / speak - to/with
Talk to/with - Speak to/with - Chat to/with
talk to/with, speak to/with
talk vs. speak
They talk/speak English.
To Speak Vs. To Talk