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tell vs speak

A complete search of the internet has found these results:

tell is the most popular phrase on the web.

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tell

2,360,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Go and tell Callahan there's looters everywhere.
  • If you tell anyone about this...
  • Your decorations should tell a story.
  • Couldn't tell the story without you.
  • I just wanted to tell someone.
  • Let me tell you something you already know.
  • Don't tell anyone, especially Bartowski.
  • I should probably tell my mum I'm immortal.
  • We agreed not to tell anyone.
  • He will tell your husband about us.
  • Honey, tell Tonny what Charlotte said yesterday.
  • Let me tell you something people...
  • Even liars tell the truth occasionally.
  • Guess maybe Tara did tell somebody.
  • Just stories people tell around the campfire.
  • Maybe he was told not to tell anyone.
  • All I can tell you is...
  • Ultrasound, but tell the boys traffic.
  • Perhaps, but someone must tell Gideon the truth.
  • You investigate what I tell you.

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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