English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "speak"

You speak fluent English.

It is usually observed that children of immigrants learn to speak the language of their adopted country without an accent, whereas the parents rarely do so.

His inability to speak French has limited his advancement in the federal public service.

The ability to speak both English and French is certainly advantageous when applying for a government job in Canada.

Leave me alone right now, I am too angry to even speak to you.

Many people assume that ESL teachers can speak a number of different languages, but it isn't true.

It will be difficult to attain your goal of fluency if you don't make an effort to speak more in class.

Early attempts to teach chimpanzees to speak were unsuccessful because the animals lack the necessary vocal equipment.

In Norway, people have the right to speak officially to their King, so every year he receives hundreds of people in special palace audiences.

She is barely old enough to walk, but she can already speak in sentences.

I think I speak on behalf of everyone in the company when I say that you will be sorely missed, but that we hope you enjoy your retirement.

One of the benefits of studying English in Boston is that you have the opportunity to speak English outside of class.

Modern language theory suggests that we learn and speak our language in chunks of meaning rather than individual words.

If you are still feeling sick this evening, you should probably go to the clinic, and speak to the doctor about it.

She had received a nasty blow to the head, but was still able to speak coherently about what had happened.

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