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    speak and talk

    I can not figure out exactly the differences between these two words and in wich context can I use them. For sure I'm missing a clue in their grammar or meanning characteristics. Can you help me with that?
    Thanks a lot


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    Re: speak and talk

    "talk" action isn't appropriate when you say something -yourself-!!!
    but "speak" is suitable for a similar condition.


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