What is difference between "said" and "told" .
He said me that he is arriving soon.
He told me that he is arriving soon.
Any thing which would can differentiate these two words,
SAID or SAY refers to words coming from someone's mouth. It doesn't matter whether anyone is listening. For example, "he cut his finger and said "Damn"." It can also be used like TELL or TOLD, for example "He SAID he would call me tonight", which means almost exactly the same as "He TOLD ME he would call me tonight".
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KrisBlueNZTOLD or TELL indicate that a person deliberately communicated with someone else. "He TOLD me to be quiet" or "He TOLD me about the accident".Thanks KrisBlueNZ its realy very help full...
-You say something
-You tell someone something
I hope this will help you ....
chelios"Say" and "Tell" have similar meanings. They both mean to communicate verbally with someone. But we often use them diffrently. The simple way to think of say and tell is:Thanks chelios
This is the only and simple difference I found thanks again for help...
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