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    Speak, talk

    What is the main difference between "speak" and "talk"?

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    Re: Speak, talk

    There is not very much difference between speak and talk.

    Talk is the more usual word to refer to conversational exchanges and informal communication.
    Read more here: Say/Tell .

    The short answer is "collocation".

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