What is theEnglish word for the person who can not speak properly?
The word "spoke" is past for speak. When a person speaks out they say something frankly even though it might cause offense. Sometimes people can speak out for something, against something or about something and these have different meanings. Speak out for something is to advocate or promote. Speak out against something might be to complain or criticize. Just to speak out could be to opine.
To answer your question, I am going to take your sentence and translate it into Pig Latin. "How do you speak pig latin properly?" In Pig Latin, this is, "Ow-hay o-day ou-yay eak-spay ig-pay atin-lay operly-pray?" It is very simple for the first word, "how." You take the first letter, H, and put it at the end of the word with -ay attached to it. A word like "speak" is a little tougher. You take…
No, the word 'you' is not a noun. The word 'you' is a pronoun, the second person, personal pronoun (a word that takes the place of a noun for a specific person or thing). The pronoun 'you' takes the place of a noun (name) of the person or people spoken to. Examples: John, you are a good friend. All of you will be given a chance to speak. I can help you with that, mother.
No, you cannot. The word "their" means "belonging to them." You are thinking of THERE IS, which can be put into a sentence. There is a good reason you need to learn grammar. There is much less chance of you being misunderstood if you speak good English. You can see that there is a real reason your teacher keeps trying to make you learn how to speak properly.
The word 'speak' is not a noun; the word speak is a verb (speak, speaks, speaking, spoke, spoken). The word 'speak' is a suffix used with some words to form nouns describing the type of language that someone uses (computer-speak, political-speak). The noun forms for the verb to speak are speaker and the gerund, speaking.