1. I am talking to you, or
2. I am speaking to you
Which is correct. what are the differences ..
Correct is TALK to you...
Why? Because TALK and SPEAK is not the same.
'SPEAK' we are mostly using when somebody is 'speaking' and somebody else is listening.
He spoke for two hours.
The lecturer spoke about economics.
or we can use it when 'speak' = 'making or creating' words
Please could you speak more slowly?
I speak English and Spanish.
TALK, we are using in case of 'conversation' between people.
SPEAK when it's more like speach of one person.
I met a friend and we talked about our lives.
Listen, I'd like to talk to you about something.
TALK and SPEAK we are using with preposition 'TO'. In the case of TALK we can sometimes use 'WITH', but usually is used 'TO'.
Also, we can use ABOUT or OF...
I don't know what are you talking about.
Speaking of which... (regarding that)
so it's not correct to say : he is not speaking to you;
and the correct one is he is not talking to you;
is it so ..
It depends what you mean. Both are correct, BUT:
He's not talking to you. - He's talking (now), but not to you.
He's not speaking to you. - He's not speaking to you anymore (you're not friends anymore).
It's totally different meaning as 'not talking to you'
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i think i am talking to you is the right one as i read it once because it's grammatically correct i am speaking to you does not make any sense to me
Both are grammatically corect , it depends on what you want to say...
I am talking to you
I am learn speak english with you.
I would talking and write to you.
So finally, Speak means general speaking like President speaks to people, or Teacher speaks to students.
Talk means chatting like two of your friend is talking about you or many people are talking about Titanic.
It is meaning that?
maybe both of the sentences are correct the different "speaking" more polite so which is correct waiting for the answer.
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both talk and speak are verbs but in this case, I am talking to you is more grammatically correct than the other one. I think both phrases can be used interchangeably, but im gonna go with I m talking to you.
Both of them seems to be correct. Thanks, Nitin
i am speaking to you
I am talking to you is the perfect one.
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Either way, this is the type of discussion that should be happening in the schools. I proof read a lot of essays for students before submission and I guarantee these words are used incorrectly 8 out 10 times.
Both are correct , it depends on the situation and what you want to express at the time ...
well,you can use i am speaking to you in nonformal communication bec.its a little bit awkward...
I think that both are correct, it just depends on the circumstances you are using them in, both would be acceptable and neither rude or impolite.
i usually heard people say "talk to" and "speak with" that's what i found in grammar lessons,so i choose the first one..
Talking and Speaking
I am talking to you , this sentence is correct
I'm speaking about the animals lives in forest.
I don't know its right or wrong
I am toking to you is correct answer
Speaking and talking mean the same thing but for now,I prefer using; I'm talking to you.
I think both phrases can be used interchangeably, but im gonna go with I m talking to you too...
I am talking to you is the correct answer.
Both are correct but in different sense.
I am talking to you is correct answer
There is no a big difference between these two verbs. They can often be used in the same situation. For example,
I spoke to Jenny about the meeting.
I talk to Jenny about the meeting.
However, the verb speak has a more serious or formal meaning. For example,
I need to speak to your manager. (I'm a little angry.)
The president spoke about the environment. (The president made a formal speech about the environment.)
The verb talk has a more casual or informal meaning. For example,
Could I talk to George please?
I talked with my friends until the sun came up.
Overall, many teachers and native speakers feel that speak and talk have about the same meaning, but one verb is sometimes preferred.
So, I think first one is correct.
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