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speak in English:

1. spoke spoke

I spoke
Suddenly the eldest daughter spoke up, saying, "I want candy."
She grinned toothlessly and, after a cackle, spoke, "Now your third wish. What will it be?"
Father spoke about how important school will be for finding a job when I am older.
Then he brought Simon to Jesus, who looked at him and spoke.
During the US presidential election of 2004, the candidate John Kerry had to hide that he spoke French.
The first time, I spoke pretty much no Chinese at all, and didn't understand China's conventions and customs.
In Paris they simply stared when I spoke to them in French; I never did succeed in making those idiots understand their own language.
Every successful repetition spoke favorably for the quality of the first test.
He spoke of sex in a rather businesslike manner, which was how he tried to avoid talking about his problems with intimacy.
When the teacher called on me all of a sudden I got confused and kept stumbling as I spoke.
The lecturer spoke generally about American literature and specifically about Faulkner.
Bill Clinton spoke in ambiguous language when asked to describe his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
Nietzsche spoke of "Übermenschen," not "Übermänner," so your supermen and overmen can go sit on a fencepost.

English word "speak"(spoke) occurs in sets:

KBG A1 irregular verbs
czasowniki nieregularne
A1+ irregular verbs 2