3.2.3 – Writing Exercises

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Talk, say, tell


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Em português, podemos usar o verbo “falar”, por exemplo, para qualquer uma das falas acima:

“Falou com o chefe?”

“Sim.”

“O que ele falou?”

“Ele me falou para te despedir”.

Vamos dar algumas diretrizes aqui que lhe ajudarão a saber quando usar qual desses verbos.

Speak é um ato físico. You speak a language, you speak to someone, you speak about something.

→ “I need to speak English.”

→”I am going to speak to Peter about classes.”

Talk também é um ato físico. You talk to someone, you talk about something, or, you just talk!

→ “Why don’t you talk to him about that!”

Say significa “dizer”. É sempre relacionado com o conteúdo. You say something (sometimes to someone)

→ “What did he say?”

→”I said that I wasn’t going to come today.”

Tell significa “contar, dizer, falar, mandar”. É sempre relacionado com o interlocutor. Nunca use uma preposição com esse verbo. You tell someone something, or you tell someone to do something, or you just tell a story.

→ “He told me to fire you.”

→ “I told you that I wasn’t going to come today!”

→ “He is telling a story.”

 

  • Never say, “I talk that …” or I speak that … ” Say, “I said that …”
  • Never say, “He told to me.” Say, “He told me.”
  • Never say, “He said me.” Say, “He said to me…”

Speak e Talk podem ser intercambiado: “He is speaking about the crisis” or “He is talking about the crisis.”

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