able to speakBut be prepared and able to speak without it just in case it is not available or an electrical fault develops.
want to speakI want to speak to Ellen Dean in private.
speak outBy summoning the guts to speak out, Keith too can now face the future with hope.
go to speak
do not speakThe document talks of’ Inaccessibility the majority of Somali people do not speak English.’
try to speak
speak upSpeak up loud, you've gotta be speak up loud and clear.
speak to mr
cannot speakHe cannot speak again.
begin to speak
speak likeWhere did th'learn to speak like that?’
must speak"Sarah, I must speak."
speak to mrs
opportunity to speakSo and, and I think maybe it's a good idea that we write and say that we would like to be given an opportunity to speak to them.
speak the languageDo you speak the language of clothes?
how to speak‘Don't you know how to speak to the King?’
facts speakThe facts speak for themselves.