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talk vs speak

A complete search of the internet has found these results:

talk is the most popular phrase on the web.

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talk

1,620,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I chatted her seemed willing to talk.
  • Mickey... trying to talk business with Jane.
  • Thought maybe we could talk stud fees.
  • No need to talk during dictation.
  • Your boy Kemper decided to talk.
  • Sometimes I wish karma could talk.
  • Deaf people can talk in sign language.
  • You got your prisoner to talk.
  • All this talk, talk, talk.
  • I'll talk now, I'll talk later, I'll talk tomorrow, I'll talk over lunch, diner, brunch, snack time.
  • They want to talk, they need to talk.
  • So we can talk, just talk.
  • He said he wants to talk, and by "talk" I hope he means talk, not my head in a toilet.
  • Men like to talk first, they like to talk loudest, they like to talk longest, they have this desperate need to be in control.
  • No, I can talk. I can talk. I can talk.
  • The advice I would give to the Commission is to talk, talk and talk again to the industry.
  • If they want to talk, let them talk.
  • Just talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk.
  • You meddle and you don't think and you talk talk talk talk talk.
  • All this holiday talk got me excited about Halloween.

speak

870,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Prisoners must speak only when spoken to.
  • One of our sailors could speak rudimentary Vietnamese.
  • He didn't dare speak up.
  • Young Edward lives-think now what I would speak.
  • You speak English, a futured language.
  • Who defends persecuted speak in Our Office.
  • Please speak slowly and be precise.
  • You know Brazilians don't speak Spanish.
  • How you speak without saying anything.
  • Acts and actions speak louder than your blood origin.
  • My sister and her family only speak Quechua.
  • Only language I speak is American.
  • Generally, people speak after something like that.
  • People born in America speak English.
  • I wondered whether we should speak again.
  • We just speak different love languages.
  • Please speak English to the ambassador's secretary.
  • I speak frequently with the Pope.
  • I like people who speak openly.
  • Ambitious Warwick, let thy betters speak.

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