He never talks
about dead things or things that are ill.
The lady that kept the books seemed to want so much to talk
to me in English (for the sake of practice, too, I suppose), that I couldn't bear to let her know I didn't like it.
If the desire to talk
came to him when the two were walking in the fields, he sought out a stump or the top board of a fence and with his hands pounding busily talked
with re- newed ease.
Some of them gets on the police, and some of them learns people how to talk
So that was the way the Doctor came to know that animals had a language of their own and could talk
to one another.
Pendleton--or rather, she tried to talk
to her about him.
It was not until sunset that they went down to the boat, and even then a final talk
of nearly an hour took place on the beach.
about giving me a home job and I don't think I could stick it.
Sitting squatted on his haunches, his head bowed forward and held between her hands, he would talk
and elicit never a responsive word from her.
and clean forgetting to be shy, or polite to my companion, I hastened across to her, to be greeted instantly in a manner so exclusively intimate that the little crowd about her presently spread itself among the other crowds, and we were left to talk
Martin wanted him to talk
shop, and, though he seemed averse at first, succeeded in making him do it.
Come and talk
to me instead of practising," and led the way to the sheltered side where the deck-chairs were stretched in the sun.
Do tell me something amusing but not spiteful," said the ambassador's wife, a great proficient in the art of that elegant conversation called by the English, small talk
He began to talk
the gay nonsense which Philip admired because he could not copy it.
But I should like Tom to be a bit of a scholard, so as he might be up to the tricks o' these fellows as talk
fine and write with a flourish.