Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Talking"

The meaning of "Talking" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does nice talking to you mean?
A: It’s usually used at the end of a conversation or discussion with another person. “Nice talking to you” means basically “I liked talking with you” and “That was a very nice time while talking to you.”
Q: What does she spent longer than I thought decent talking to another glaze rep at a double glazing convention once. Does this sentence means his wife made him spent more time than another person? mean?
A: I think it means that his wife spent too time talking to someone else and that it was inappropriate.

I don't know the context but maybe he was jealous of his wife talking to someone else, or maybe he thought she might have been flirting.
Q: What does Nice talking to you today mean?
A: It means you were happy to talk to the person or you had a good time talking to them.
Q: What does (If you fancy talking the essay through, I will be in my office until seven this evening. )
My question is about the meaning of (through) in this sentence. mean?
A: The phrasal verb "to talk (something) through" means to talk deeply about the subject, discuss all the details of the subject.
Q: What does no talking back mean?
A: An example of talking back is when a mother asks her son to take the trash out and he says something like, "I don't want to, take it out yourself"

Example sentences using "Talking"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Straight talking.
A: Okay, John, maybe it's time for some straight talking.//Vale, John, quizás sea hora de discutir seriamente.

She's straight talking and no nonsense, but has warm side she doesn't share easily.//Ella habla directamente y sin ningún sentido, pero tiene un lado cálido que no comparte fácilmente.

You have a reputation for straight talking, Mr Smith. // tenía la reputación de hablar claro, Sr. Smith.
Q: Please show me example sentences with it was nice talking to you and it's nice talking to you. could someone help me what is the difference between please. .
A: "it was nice" means the conversation is over or almost over, and they appreciate the fact that you had that conversation.
"it's nice" means in general they enjoy talking to you, not referring to the specific conversation.
Q: Please show me example sentences with loose talking.
A: Baron se butamizi k liye bhi use hota hai?

Ji haa

Synonyms of "Talking" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You’re talking too quiet. and You’re talking too low ?
A: You’re talking too quietly = correct
Your voice is too low = Your voice is too quiet.
Q: What is the difference between You’re talking out loud. and You’re talking  loud. ?
A: “You’re talking out loud” means that you’re physically saying something that everyone can hear. It can also mean that you’re talking to yourself, like saying your thoughts out loud.

“You’re talking loud” means that someone is raising their voice and is talking in a “loud” manner.

Hope this makes sense!
Q: What is the difference between It was great talking to you. and It was great talking with you. ?
A: Talk to and talk with are both grammatically correct. However, talk to implies a one sided conversation. Like: The teacher talked to the students about cheating. This means the teacher is reprimanding the students for something they did wrong. Whereas talk with implies a discussion, an exchange of ideas. San talked with her business partners about the next project.
Q: What is the difference between it was nice talking to you. and It is nice to talk to you. ?
A: 'I was nice talking to you' is a form of farewell, you meet up with someone and when you're leaving and you'll say "it was nice talking to you, bye~"

It is nice talking to you is more of a compliment. For example, you meet up with your friends after a long time and after some time you will remember how much you miss talking to them and you'll say 'it is nice talking to you"

Overall there isn't much difference, the 2nd phrase can be use as another form farewell too. But "it is nice to talk to you" should be corrected to "it is nice talking to you"
Q: What is the difference between get a talking to from and get a talking from ?
A: Neither of these is right. It would have to be "Im gonna get another talk from dad" you cant get from a verb.

Translations of "Talking"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Aと話しています I’m talking with A?
A: I'm talking with A
I'm speaking with A
I'm chatting with A (informal)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when I’m talking with business partner on phone call, is it ok to say ‘say again please?’ or better to say ‘can you repeat that please?’ something like that instead?
A: preferred would be "can you repeat that please?" more formal "excuse me, would you repeat that please"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how can I speed up my talking/speaking? which one is correct talking or speaking
A: Both are correct. However speaking is more formal. How can i speed up my talking is the better option.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i want to be good talking English
A: I want to be a better English speaker
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it was nice talking to you. how can u respond?
A: 1. The way you just said it
2. You too is a common way to respond

Other questions about "Talking"

Q: I would like to say English fluently but don't know how to improve the talking skills? Can someone please tell me the solutions T.T
A: 1) talk in English as much as you can, the more mistakes you make the better you get.

2)try finding someone with whom you can comfortably converse in English so that the person can correct you where ever needed.

3) if you are also practicing how to write in English write a page about your day or pick a book and just copy paragraph every day. then check your own paper for mistakes.self learning!

4)this may be hard at first but it works .every week pick 5 new English words, try using then in you conversation where ever you think the meaning prevails. sometimes you may use it in the wrong place but its ok as you understand the meaning of the words you will limit your usage and slowly perfect them.
Q: It is always nice talking to you Does this sound natural?
A: @foooz: It might even sound a little more natural if you say: "It's always nice to talk to you."
Q: Nice talking to you. Does this sound natural?
A: Very good, just make sure you say "you" as "yoou", not "yuu" :D
Q: What are American talking about when they are in a bar?
A: It depends on their gender. If they're a male, talk about sports, or things in that neighbourhood. If they're a female, ask them how they're doing.
Maybe talk about likes and dislikes. Keep the conversation light and flowing. Try to get to know them, too. We're nice people, and we love to get rowdy.
Q: She was laughing during her talking. Does this sound natural?
A: "She was laughing as she was talking"
is more natural.

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