Here's a blog post I wrote about this issue a few years back: "Talk to" or "Talk with."
The post was written for ESL tutors and teachers, but hopefully you will find it useful.
Student or Learner
What's the difference between 'talk with' and 'talk to'? and how to use them?,pls give me any example. Thanks you
Broadly speaking, I'd say BE speakers mostly say 'talk to' whilst AE speakers prefer 'talk with'.
For AmE, I am in agreement with this paragraph in the blog:
"To," when using the verb "talk" is more of a one-way thing. One person is doing most of the talking and is in (at least) slightly more control than the person being talked to. "With" has more of a give-and-take meaning. We are both going to participate in the conversation as equals (or at least it makes it seem that we are equals).
Pope of the Dictionary.com Forum