ニュースの中での Speak

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able to speak 話せる
did not speak 話さなかった
not speak 話さない
people speak 人々は話す
people who speak 話す人

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Financial Express
· FICCI Frames 2020: Star’s Uday Shankar on how advertising revenue is the biggest bane of the Indian M&E industry  
Shankar was speaking at the 21st edition of FICCI Frames being held virtually due to Covid-19.
Seeking Alpha
· Shopify: Getting Ahead Of Its Skis  
Shopify offers an easy-to-use platform that can be employed to create online stores for, generally speaking, the primary purpose of selling physical products (they shy away from service-oriented businesses, on which other companies, such as Wix (WIX) specialize).
Financial Express
· India, pharmacy of the world in LatAm, and future of pharma in the region  
In an exclusive interview with Huma Siddiqui of Financial Express Online Virendra Shekhawat speaks on the idea behind the documentary and how India is the Pharmacy of the World.
The New York Times
· ‘Want,’ by Lynn Steger Strong: An Excerpt  
Mr. D stands quiet, his jaw tighter, eyes set on me, and no one speaks to him for the rest of class.
The New York Times
· “The Beauty in Breaking,” by Michele Harper: An Excerpt  
I stood in the corner of the foyer as my mother, brother, and father spoke to the police.
The New York Times
· ‘Burning Down the House,’ by Julian E. Zelizer: An Excerpt  
He had practically written the handbook on cutthroat congressional tactics and spinning the media for partisan advantage; indeed, during his speakership, conservatives had literally circulated a memo on how to “speak like Newt.”
The New York Times
· Ben Folds Puts His Live-Work Sanctuary in Hudson on the Market  
Speaking from Sydney, Australia where he has been living since March, when the pandemic shut down his concert tour, Mr. Folds said he has a soft heart for big, needy properties.
The New York Times
· A Woman Without a Country: Adopted at Birth and Deportable at 30  
She did not speak Spanish.
The New York Times
· A Survivor of Sexual Assault Speaks Out  
Why now?” wonders the man who as a “sixth former” (St. Paul’s speak for seniors) lured Crawford to his room with a deceitful tale of woe (something terrible had happened to his mother and he needed help).
The New York Times
· Maybe This Isn’t Such a Good Time to Prosecute a Culture War  
Rather than use the Independence Day weekend to make a plea for national unity — the usual election-year approach for an incumbent — Trump took the holiday as an opportunity to excoriate the millions of Americans protesting for racial justice as “evil” heralds of a new “far-left fascism” who seek “the end of America.” Speaking underneath Mount Rushmore on July 3, Trump warned that “Our nation is witnessing a merciless campaign to wipe out our history, defame our heroes, erase our values and indoctrinate our children.”