Speech vs. Speach

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Which is correct: Speech or Speach

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The main difference between Speech and Speach is that the Speech is the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds and Speach is an obsolete form of speech or misspelling of word "speech".

  • Speech (noun)

    The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.

    "It was hard to hear the sounds of his speech over the noise. He had a bad speech impediment."

  • Speech (noun)

    A session of speaking; a long oral message given publicly usually by one person.

    "The candidate made some ambitious promises in his campaign speech."

  • Speech (noun)

    A style of speaking.

    "Her speech was soft and lilting."

  • Speech (noun)

    Speech reported in writing; see direct speech, reported speech

  • Speech (noun)

    A dialect or language.

  • Speech (noun)

    Talk; mention; rumour.

  • Speech (verb)

    To make a speech; to harangue.

  • Speach (noun)

    obsolete form of speech

  • Speach (noun)

    misspelling of speech

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