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    #1

    to speak

    The verb to speak can be used in the ing in the following example?

    I am speaking Italian.
    I speak Italian.

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    Re: to speak

    * Not a teacher

    Both are possible depending on the context.

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    Re: to speak

    I am speaking Italian. At the moment, or during the present period.
    I speak Italian. I generally speak it /I can speak it.

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