Say, Tell, & Talk – One-Point English Lesson

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Here’s a quick review of how to use these three words:

1. We use say + the person’s exact words. You can use the exact words in written English like this:

  • Jack said, “I had pizza for lunch.”

2. We also use say + the person’s words in spoken English this way. Note: using that after said is optional.

  • Jack said that he had pizza for lunch  (or) Jack said he had pizza for lunch

3. We use tell + listener + the person’s words this way. Note: using that after tell is optional.

  • Jack told me that he had pizza for lunch  (or) Jack told me he had pizza for lunch

4. We use tell + listener + about + the topic like this:

  • Jack told me about his lunch.

5. We use talk + to + listener and talk + about + topic like this

  • Jack talked to me about his lunch.

Who did you talk to today? Try to make 5 different sentences using say, tell, and talk.

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