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I phoned your office and spoke to your assistant.
Let me speak with Jennifer and see what she thinks.
People spoke of their fear as the flood waters rose.
He spoke movingly about his son’s struggle with cancer.
Let me speak frankly.
There was a long pause before she spoke again.
He spoke so softly it was difficult to hear what he said.
Do you speak Chinese?
He speaks three languages.
The local MP will be speaking at our graduation ceremony.
Petersen spoke to an audience of 2,000 at the conference.
Only a small group of people dared to speak against the war.
Yvonne has spoken so highly of you.
You shouldn’t speak ill of your father.
‘Who’s speaking?’ ‘This is Mark Richards speaking.’
‘Is Janey there, please?’ ‘Speaking.’
His clarity of intellect was reflected in a clarity of utterance which gave him a special connection with the public, who prized him for his ability to speak human.