Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Talk"

Don't talk!
Talk to me!
Don't talk like that.
They stopped to talk.
Can we talk in private?
Do you talk to your dog?
I like the way you talk.
May I talk to Mr. Brown?
May I talk to Ms. Brown?
Do you talk to your cats?
I'd like to talk to John.
I want someone to talk to.
Do you talk to your plants?
He stopped to talk to them.
Who do you want to talk to?
Don't talk in the classroom.
I don't want to talk to you.
I need someone to talk with.
Let's talk over a cold beer.
Look at me when I talk to you!
I just want someone to talk to.
I often talk to him on the bus.
I want to talk to him about it.
She wasn't able to talk to him.
You don't have to talk so loud.
Every time they talk, they argue.
You may talk as much as you like.
She doesn't want to talk about it.
Old people need someone to talk to.
Who is it that you want to talk to?
You talk as if you knew everything.
Don't talk about work. We're on vacation.
Don't talk about people behind their backs.
I just want to talk with you a little while.
I'm going to talk to Tom when he comes home.
I can talk about anything with my best friend.
She was determined never to talk to him again.
Tom doesn't really talk about his problems much.
I'll talk to him at the earliest possible moment.
She advised him to talk about his life in America.
You shouldn't talk back to your parents like that.
Let's spread the map on the table and talk it over.
Mary has nobody to talk with, but she doesn't feel lonely.
I know it's going to be unpleasant to talk about the accident.
I think it's time for me to talk to the boss about this problem.
Today, I plan to talk about the importance of sports in modern society.
Why don't you hang around a while after everyone else leaves so we can talk?


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