Just speak to your guide.
Do you speak English?
Many of them can speak two or three or more languages.
I speak the truth.
I cringed as I spoke these idiotic words.
vi. not to be speaking：不说话；互不理睬
The co-stars are still not speaking.
He is not speaking to his mother because of her friendship with his ex-wife.
vi. not to speak of sb/sth：更不用说某人/某事物
This move caused consternation among universities and the government, not to speak of the students affected.
vi. roughly speaking：大约说来；大致；大概
Roughly speaking, how much have we spent?
vi. so to speak：可以说；可谓
He goes to work early; before the office is awake, so to speak.
vi. speak for yourself!：那是你的想法！
`We're not blaming you,' Kate said. `speak for yourself,' Boris muttered.
vi. speaking as sth：作为…来说
This is obviously a useful invention, but speaking as a parent, I have my doubts.
vi. sth speaks for itself：某事不言而喻；某事有目共睹
The facts speak for themselves.
vi. to have none to speak of;to have nothing to speak of：不值一提；微不足道
He has no money to speak of.
vi. to speak ill of sb：批评某人；说某人的坏话
It seemed she found it difficult to speak ill of anyone.
vi. to speak too soon：言之过早
Maybe I spoke too soon about that Board of Health thing.
vi. to speak well of sb;to speak highly of sb：赞扬某人；说某人的好话
Both spoke highly of the Russian president.
vi. to speak your mind：说心里话；坦率地说
I was taught from an early age to always speak my mind.
The clock spoke.
The first attack on Mr Blair came moments before he was due to speak.
He's determined to speak at the Democratic convention.
For a time neither of us spoke.
He speaks with a lisp.
vi. generally speaking：一般而言；总的来说
vi. speaking of sth：谈到某事；说到某事