- to discuss
- He had a visit with the president.
- He worried more and more that he was misunderstanding simple english greetings and table talk conventions.
- He is talking with her pleasantly.
- She used to go into a trance and talk to the spirits.
- We should talk to foreigners.
- I let them talk all mutually.
- I talked to some men who had recently lost their jobs; I got a worm's-eye view of the real effects of unemployment.
- A language course based on natural unscripted dialogues conversations etc
- Thus the puritan elders in their black cloaks starched bands and steeple-crowned hats smiled not unbenignantly at the clamour and rude deportment of these jolly seafaring men; and it excited neither surprise nor anim-adversion when so reputable a citizen as old roger chillingworth the physician was seen to enter the market-place in close and familiar talk with the commander of the questionable vessel.
- It makes a refreshing change t talk to someone who's happy.
- The ease with which we routinely string together appropriate words during a conversation should leave no doubt that our brains are fundamentally creative.
- During a computer assisted screening job seekers speak to a "tele recruiter.
- When not working on his writing he engages in conversations with his penis.
- This was troublesome for at the quarry we would hold discussions among ourselves and a warder who did not permit us to talk was a great hindrance.
- You can tell that clark is well-read just by talking to him.