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    What is the difference between talked and spoken. How do i use these words ?
    Last edited by Santhoshrao; 14-Jul-2007 at 08:35.

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    Re: Usage

    Quote Originally Posted by Santhoshrao View Post
    What is the difference between told, talked and spoken. How do i use these words ?
    What do you mean?


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    Re: Usage

    Quote Originally Posted by Santhoshrao View Post
    What is the difference between talked and spoken. How do i use these words ?
    Talk = speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings

    Speak = say something aloud; communicate

    Talked and Spoken are the past tense of each:

    Last night he talked all night without stopping.

    She has spoken to her boss

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