Differences between Speak and Talk


There is little difference between ‘speak’ and ‘talk’ and they are often used interchangeably.

‘Speak’ is often used when someone is speaking to a group of people in general. ‘Speak’ is also used with languages.

Peter speaks both German and Italian.
She spoke about her problems at work.

Important Note: ‘Speak’ tends to be used in more formal situations.

Verb Forms: Speak – Spoke – Spoken – Speaking

‘Talk’ is used to express informal conversation between a limited number of people.

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