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What is the difference between 'tell' and 'say'

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Created Date: Mon 05 Sep 2011

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What is the difference? How to use them correctly?

 

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Grammar:
Tell + someone + about + something
Say + something

For example:
I told her about the subject she's going to take.
She told him to leave.
His father told him a very scary story.
The teacher is telling his students a joke.
Her boy friend told her a lie.

She's saying that her subjects this semester are very easy.
How can you say "hi" in Chinese?


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