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i)
What's the difference between "speak" and "talk"? Which of the following are correct?
1) I would like to speak to you.
2) I would like to speak with you. (Is there a difference between 1 and 2?)

3) I would like to talk to you.
4) I would like to talk with you. (How is 4 different from 3?)

ii)
Do you "watch" a movie or "see" a movie?
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1) is a little more intimidating than 2).
3) is a little more intimidating than 4).

1) and 2) are more formal than 3) and 4).
Conversely, 3) and 4) are more friendly than 1) and 2).

2) and 4) are more inviting than 1) and 3).

"speak" rather than "talk" and "to" rather than "with" express more sternness, more of a one-way communication.

I watch a movie when I am sitting before the screen and watching it as it plays.
Days later, I say I have seen the movie. I may want to see another movie. In that case I must devote some time to watching it.

CJ
I know the Diff b/w 3 and 4.

when talk is a verb then we can use TO, here in 3 sentence it is correct to use TO.

but in 4 sentence i guess WITH can not be used, if you want to say it with using WITH then the sentence could be I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A TALKE WITH YOU where talk will become a noun.

the above explanation is for TALK, i am not sure wheter it works for SPEAK or not.
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I think what's important here is the use of 'with' or 'to,' and how whether it follows 'speak' or 'talk' can determine the implied message.

All 4 are grammatically correct.

If you want to speak or talk with someone, you are implying that their feedback is required and it will be a 2 way conversation. You will listen to them as much as they will listen to you.

If you want to speak 'to' someone, you are implying that their opinion is not required and the conversation will be one way, so generally would be interpreted as negative.

I think the best judge of meaning when hearing or using these phrases is the tonation or emphasis in the voice.
even i agree with rwiles

Varun
What's the difference between "speak" and "talk"?
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Yes there's a big difference between the two.

When you say "Iwould like to speak to you" means person wants say something to you but

when you say "I would like to speak wiyh you" means a person want to say something with your presence

When you say "I would like to talk to you" means someone wants tell something to you but

When you say "I would like to talk with you" someone wants to taell something with your presence.

ezfred0131i) What's the difference between "speak" and "talk"? Which of the following are correct? 1) I would like to speak to you. 2) I would like to speak with you. (Is there a difference between 1 and 2?) 3) I would like to talk to you. 4) I would like to talk with you. (How is 4 different from 3?) ii) Do you "watch" a movie or "see" a movie?
rwiles I think what's important here is the use of 'with' or 'to,' and how whether it follows 'speak' or 'talk' can determine the implied message. All 4 are grammatically correct. If you want to speak or talk with someone, you are implying that their feedback is required and it will be a 2 way conversation. You will listen to them as much as they will listen to you. If you want to speak 'to' someone, you are implying that their opinion is not required and the conversation will be one way, so generally would be interpreted as negative. I think the best judge of meaning when hearing or using these phrases is the tonation or emphasis in the voice.
That difference only exists in American English. Americans in particular say "talk with" or "speak with". Other English speakers just say talk to or speak to.
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