Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Speak"

May I speak to you?
May I speak to Bill?
Can he speak English?
Can you speak French?
Did you speak at all?
Do you speak English?
She can speak French.
Does he speak English?
Does she speak French?
He can speak Japanese.
He could speak French.
Does she speak English?
I don't speak Japanese.
She can speak Japanese.
They can speak Spanish.
Can't you speak English?
Mary can speak Japanese.
He can also speak French.
Please speak more slowly.
Speak slowly and clearly.
He can also speak Russian.
He can speak 10 languages.
He can speak Russian, too.
She wouldn't speak to him.
He started to speak English.
Is it hard to speak English?
Who do you want to speak to?
He can speak Russian as well.
I can speak English a little.
I can't speak English at all.
I will speak to you tomorrow.
I wish I could speak English.
They speak Spanish in Mexico.
Can I speak to the head nurse?
He doesn't speak our language.
They're able to speak Spanish.
Who is going to speak tonight?
He tried to speak French to us.
She wouldn't even speak to him.
Actions speak louder than words.
David can speak French fluently.
Does anyone here speak Japanese?
Of course she can speak English.
Do you know how to speak English?
He asked me to speak more slowly.
She can speak English, of course.
He did not speak unless spoken to.
He is able to speak ten languages.
He was so angry he couldn't speak.
Please speak as clearly as you can.
She doesn't speak Japanese at home.
Can I speak to the person in charge?
Do you know if she can speak English?
I think it's time for me to speak up.
You can speak English well, can't you?
I can read German, but I can't speak it.
I would like to speak to the head nurse.
Please raise your hand before you speak.
They are able to speak Spanish a little.
Tom can speak German as well as English.
I can read English, but I can't speak it.
I've never heard him speak ill of others.
Do you know whether she can speak English?
It's not easy to speak a foreign language.
She was asked not to speak at the meeting.
She was so angry that she could not speak.
Some of my friends can speak English well.
Tom can speak French almost like a native.
Everybody knew she could speak English well.
I plan to hire someone who can speak English.
If you want to speak to me, please call me up.
He can speak both English and French very well.
Could you please speak a little bit more slowly?
Susie doesn't speak Japanese, and Tom doesn't either.
He's somewhat hard of hearing, so please speak louder.
400 million people speak English as their first language.
Can we really learn to speak a foreign language like a native?
We all took for granted that the professor could speak English.
People have the tendency to speak more loudly when they get excited.
You're speaking a little too fast for me. Would you speak a little more slowly?
I have many friends who speak fluently, but still don't sound like native speakers.
I'm skeptical when I hear someone claim to speak more than five languages fluently.
I don't need to sound like a native speaker, I just want to be able to speak fluently.
I don't quite believe it when I hear someone claim they can speak more than five languages fluently.
I don't think it's necessary for me to sound like a native speaker, I just want to be able to speak fluently.


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