from where you get that quote, you use to speak during the class? Is this sentence grammatically correct? or we use say or. said instead of speak?

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  • Please explain the idea you have in mind. So far it's unclear what you are asking. – SovereignSun May 3 '17 at 16:06
  • I also don't understand what you are asking. But note that "say" takes a direct object (the thing said) whereas "speak" normally does not take an object. (In formal or archaic English it can take a an object as in "He spoke the words that sealed their fate", but in everyday English, it is used intransitiely.) So if, as I think, you are wanting to talk about a quote that somebody is uttering, you need "say", not "speak". – Colin Fine May 3 '17 at 16:34

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