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I speak. We speak You speak. You speak He, she or it speaks. They speak
Some common phrases using the word speak are: on (or not on) speaking terms with someone; speak English, speak ill of someone; speak ill of the dead; speak in rhymes; speak no good of someone; speak of the dead; speak no evil; speak out; speak softly and carry a big stick; speak the truth; speak truth to power; speak to me; speak up; think before you speak
Sprechen: to speak I speak You speak He speaks We speak You all speak They speak Hope that helped :)
either... usually speak with I think that speak with is a more gentle approach eg. I will try to speak with her, Whereas speak to sounds more confrontational eg I will speak to her about the problem
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the antonym of speak is to not speak. or silence
it means "to speak" in spanish hablo - i speak hablas - you speak habla - he/she speaks hablamos - we speak hablan - they speak
"I want to speak with you" and "Can I speak to you?"yes
labhair a labhairt - to speak
parlare - speak parlano Italiano - speak Italian
The speech bubbles from when the monsters are speaking are English. Poppets speak Poppet Luvlis speak Luvli Diavlos speak Diavlo Katsumas speak Katsuma Furis speak Furi Zommers speak Zommer
No. They speak english. They speak a little of it
no he doesn't speak Doc does speak often. Dopey is the one who doesn't speak.
If you are saying 'I speak' it is hablo, and the infinitive, 'to speak', is hablar.Yes . . .Hablo is I speak, habla is he or she speaks, and hablar is the act of speaking, which is known as the infinitive form of the verb.hablar : to speak hablo : (i) speak hablas: (you) speak habla : (he/she/it) speaks hablan : (they) speak hablamos : (we) speakAlso....if you are meaning a command to speak in Spanish, then you would use the imperitive form. this would be "¡Hable español!"
no because they speak animal we speak whatever we speak
No, the Walloons speak French. The Flemish speak Dutch.
They speak English and if they dont speak in a way,you'll understand her/him.
Press speak button :D and speak
If you wonder how to speak Norwegian, you learn it and speak it.. There is no other way
i speak weakly