SAY, TELL OR SPEAK, BREATH OR BREATHE, BATH OR BATHE

SAY, TELL OR SPEAK, BREATH OR BREATHE, BATH OR BATHE


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Say or speak? Say or tell, breath or breathe, bath or bathe? Let's remove these question marks-

One looks emaciated on the cover of life or body when one falls ill which is natural.

Your language becomes weak when you mistake grammar. It happens more-

1. It creates an obstacle while speaking.
2. It creates an obstacle while writing.
3. It creates an obstacle while understanding.
and what not.

To-day, I am going to show the simplest way of understanding the difference Among Say, Tell and Speak..

Why will you learn? The strong reasons are-

1. You will be able to use the basic spoken English sentences every day in conversation.
2. If you do not know them,your words will mislead others.

Let's move on-

      Say

It means to express something using your words.

Examples-

1. He said to me.
2. Join said to me,'I love you.'
3. I said to him,'I will help you.'
4. He said to her.
5. He said to me,'I can do you a favour.'
6. Father says to me,'Read regularly.'

          Tell

It means to give information to someone.

Examples-

1. He told me the fact.
2. He told me a story.
3. She told me about this.
4. They told me about the author.
5. We told him about the family.
6. I told her about the boy.

Very Important-

1. 'To' is used after Say.
2. 'To' is not used after Tell.
Examples-
1. They said to me.
2. Rakesh says to me,'You are my bestie.'
3. He told me the story.

Now, the difference between Say and Speak in detail-

Say means,

1. To express something through words.
2. To express a thought or an opinion about something through words.
3. To express suggestions.
4. To state a fact.
5. To pronounce words.

Examples-
   1. He says that he is looking for a job.
   2. I said to him,' Read regularly.'
   3. He said goodbye to me.
   4. I am sorry, what did you say?
 5. What did you say about your house?

But, Speak means,

1. To say words.
2. To use voice.
3. To have a conversation.
4. To talk or to be able to talk in a language.
5. To give a talk to people formally.

Examples-
   1. Please speak slowly.
   2. I will never speak to him again.
   3. She spoke very highly of me.
   4. She can speak English fluently.
   5. He is speaking in the debate.

Next, the difference between Breath and Breathe-


Breath or Breathe?

I am going to remove this question mark.
Let's move on-

You basically need to know two differences.
They are-
1. The difference of Parts of Speech.
2. The difference of Pronunciation.

The Difference Of Parts of Speech-

It is nothing but a grammatical difference.
It is-
Breath- it is a Noun; means the air that goes into and out of your lungs.
Examples-
   1. Please give me a minute to draw breath.
   2. I can hold my breath for one minute under water.
   3. The doctor told my father to take a deep breath.
   4. Please take a long breath.
   5. He asked me to take a long breath.


Breathe- it is a Verb; it means to move air into and out of your lungs.
Examples-
    1. It was so airless that he could hardly breathe.
    2. The atmosphere of the hall so stuffy that he could hardly breathe.
  3. They stood there breathing deeply.
     4. I had to breathe very deeply.
     5. She hardly breathes.

Breath vs Breathe- what is the difference?

The next basic difference is-
The Difference of Pronunciation-
1. The difference of Vowel Sounds-
The Vowel Sound of Breath is as same as the one which is used in the word- Bed.
But, the Vowel Sound of Breathe is as same as the one which is used in the word- Read. It is a long sound.

2. The difference of Consonant Sound-
The final Consonant Sound of Breath is as same as the initial sound of the word - Thousand.
But, the final Consonant Sound of Breathe is as same as the initial sound of the word- They.

In the long run, I am going to show you the difference between Bath and Bathe.

Bath- it is a Noun; means the activity of washing yourself.
Examples-
   1. I take a bath every morning.
   2. He takes his bath early in the morning.

Bathe- it is a Verb; it means to wash someone.(man or animals)
Examples-
   1. He bathed my son.
   2. I bathed my cow yesterday.

Very Very Important

1. In Bath, the Vowel Sound is as same as the one of - Part. And the final Consonant Sound is as same as the one of the initial sound of Thin.

2. In Bathe, the Vowel Sound is as same as the one of Pain. And, the final Consonant Sound is as same as the one of the initial sound of They.

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