‘When she was a child,’ he said, lifting up his head soon after we were left alone, ‘she used to talk to me a deal about the sea, and about them coasts where the sea got to be dark blue, and to lay a-shining and a-shining in the sun.
We’ll talk things over; I am only sorry, I’ve so much to do of my own business and other people’s.
Diana and I talked the matter over coming home from school.
When I first became a student at Strassbourg, I wondered, subconsciously, when I heard the ragged gamins talk French fluently.
he managed, then realized he was talking English and said, "What?"
On the way home I talked a lot of drunken nonsense to him... all sorts of things... and amongst them that you were afraid that he... might become insane.”
Roland hates talking business over the phone,” the assistant said. “
Maybe she can talk some sense into you.”
Leonela, as he told her, stanched her lady's blood, which was no more than sufficed to support her deception; and washing the wound with a little wine she bound it up to the best of her skill, talking all the time she was tending her in a strain that, even if nothing else had been said before, would have been enough to assure Anselmo that he had in Camilla a model of purity.
He then contrived to raise him from the ground, and with no little difficulty hoisted him upon his ass, which seemed to him to be the easiest mount for him; and collecting the arms, even to the splinters of the lance, he tied them on Rocinante, and leading him by the bridle and the ass by the halter he took the road for the village, very sad to hear what absurd stuff Don Quixote was talking.
It is a new experience to me to find a lunatic who talk philosophy, and reason so sound."
And, if so, did people talk that way?
Madame Olenska, in a burst of irritation, had said to Archer that he and she did not talk the same language; and the young man knew that in some respects this was true.
I must tell you beforehand that Mr. Morris doesn't always speak slang--that is to say, he never does so to strangers or before them, for he is really well educated and has exquisite manners--but he found out that it amused me to hear him talk American slang, and whenever I was present, and there was no one to be shocked, he said such funny things.
If they’re not talking shop they talk about women and beer.”
"Even should that happen, O Sancho," said Don Quixote, "thy silence will never come up to all thou hast talked, art talking, and wilt talk all thy life; moreover, it naturally stands to reason, that my death will come before thine; so I never expect to see thee dumb, not even when thou art drinking or sleeping, and that is the utmost I can say."
Now there was fresh astonishment; now everyone's hair was standing on end with awe; and Don Antonio retiring from the head exclaimed, "This suffices to show me that I have not been deceived by him who sold thee to me, O sage head, talking head, answering head, wonderful head!
Talk gossip, you are a poor relation, youought to talk gossip.
19:105:002 Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him: talk ye of all his wondrous works.
They talk such trash!
They were talking no secrets, and the clear unconcerned voice of the young woman, in response to the warmer accents of the man, spread into the chilly air as the one soothing thing within the dusky horizon, full of a stagnant obscurity upon which nothing else intruded.
"You are talking scandal, Harry, and there is never any basis for scandal."
You used to talk Russian.
“What do you think Lionel would say if he heard you talk such rubbish?”
Talk any rot you like to her, as long as you sit by her and talk.
and I went; and Dora leaned out of the carriage to talk to me, and we talked all the rest of the way; and I rode my gallant grey so close to the wheel that I grazed his near fore leg against it, and ‘took the bark off’, as his owner told me, ‘to the tune of three pun’ sivin’—which I paid, and thought extremely cheap for so much joy.
“Who’s talking politics?”
"'He is talking poetry,' said Brown. '
For Fanny's present comfort it was concluded, perhaps, at the happiest moment: had he been able to talk another five minutes, there is no saying that he might not have talked away all Miss Crawford's faults and his own despondence.
it has to talk of moderation and dignity and duty and brotherly love--it will have difficulty IN CONCEALING ITS IRONY!
He has a thousand pretty fancies, and I am sure, if you saw him, you would like him, he is a very good scholar, and can talk Latin as fast as English.
They said he was a p'fessor in a college, and could talk all kinds of languages, and knowed everything.
I don't want to talk grammar.
He suddenly left the cabin, and I heard him in violent controversy with some one, who seemed to me to talk gibberish in response to him.
First they talked of their father and devised plans against his return.
In an effort to secure better manners among their subscribers the telephone company has asked them to try to visualize the person at the other end of the wire and to imagine that they are talking face to face.
“You talk the crap you talk and that’s all you can expect to hear.”
Simpson had already gone home, but George Todd was there, and I talked the case over with him.
Boys started in and out of their places, playing at puss in the corner with other boys; there were laughing boys, singing boys, talking boys, dancing boys, howling boys; boys shuffled with their feet, boys whirled about him, grinning, making faces, mimicking him behind his back and before his eyes; mimicking his poverty, his boots, his coat, his mother, everything belonging to him that they should have had consideration for.
They talked books, art, magazines, the making of fortunes and reputations.
“Well now, I dunno,” said Matthew, who, being patient and wise and, above all, hungry, had deemed it best to let Marilla talk her wrath out unhindered, having learned by experience that she got through with whatever work was on hand much quicker if not delayed by untimely argument. “
Those others you could buy, but you had to make that yourself, and it seemed like I could almost hear you talking the words in your strong voice, like the sound of the falls in the Swift River.
Even the birds were hushed, and as we hurried along I and the artilleryman talked in whispers and looked now and again over our shoulders.
She said little, listening to Eugene and her father, but when she did talk her voice was sweet.
'Yes, so it seemed to me, and so I never talked of it until--' 'Experimental verification!'
They are fearless and without religion, save superstition, and they talk only their own varieties of the Romany tongue.
‘Stop talking utter twaddle,’ ordered Roding, marching up to the desk. ‘
I am not talking fiction, I am talking truth.
And talking o' trouble, why did that doctor give me the chart, Jim?"