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wats different between say and tell?

May 21, 2017
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Say is used while one isn't communicating with somebody else. Say to (=tell) is used while one is talking to somebody else. Talk to is used while the work is in a running process They say you can't do it, which is wrong. He said to (=told) me he'd try. I'll talk to him.
20 Upvotes 3 Downvotes June 16, 2017
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say and tell are both verbs.....but say means giving some information only by speaking........but tell means giving some information either by speaking or writing or in sign language ,etc.
16 Upvotes 3 Downvotes June 06, 2017
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Say means to speak and tell means to write speak
10 Upvotes 3 Downvotes July 16, 2017
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5 Upvotes 1 Downvotes December 07, 2017
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The meaning of say is " کہاں" and the meaning of tell is "بتانا" . I think say is used for order some body and tell is used for awakened some body.
7 Upvotes 5 Downvotes June 25, 2017
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I will explain it to you in a easy way- Say means something wants to be said Told means something had been said by a person
2 Upvotes 1 Downvotes April 04, 2018
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tell can use giving information, say can use whatever we want to speak
2 Upvotes 2 Downvotes September 12, 2017
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say means to speak something and tell means to inform something
5 Upvotes 5 Downvotes August 01, 2017
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0 Upvotes 0 Downvotes May 31, 2019
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There is thus a slight grammaticaldifference; "to tell" requires that the object be the listener or recipient, and what is/was communicated becomes the object complement. With "to say", what is said is the object, unless a preposition is used to insert a listener as an object.
0 Upvotes 0 Downvotes June 17, 2017
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wats different between say and tell?
Say is used while one isn't communicating with somebody else. Say to (=tell) is used while one is talking to somebody else. Talk to is used while the work is in a running process They say you can't do it, which is wrong. He said to (=told) me he'd try. I'll talk to him.

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