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1. Please speak up so that the people at the back of the room can hear you.
2. Speak up! I can't hear you.
3. Would you speak up a little, please?
4. I'm quite deaf-you'll have to speak up.
5. Could you speak up? We can't hear at the back.
6. She's no shrinking violet always ready to speak up for herself.
7. Stop muttering and speak up!
8. Speak up. Don't mumble!
9. It's time to speak up for those who are suffering injustice.
10. Why don't you speak up? I'm your father!
11. Could you speak up, please?
12. Could you speak up?
13. You will have no one to speak up for you!
14. He is willing to speak up for the rights of women.
15. You'll have to speak up(sentencedict.com), I can't hear you.
16. Don't be bashful — speak up for yourself.
17. Speak up?it's rather a bad line.
18. She was afraid to speak up in front of all these important people.
19. You'll have to learn to speak up for yourself.
20. Terrorism will spill over if you don't speak up. Malala Yousafzai
21. Can you speak up? -- I can't hear you.
22. But then perhaps few have the nerve to speak up with their unit commander and two captains looking on.
23. She mumbled something and Dove asked her to speak up.
24. Some people not only fail to speak up but talk with their hands wandering to cover their mouths.
25. I felt like if I didn't speak up then(sentencedict.com/speak up.html), I would never do it.
26. If you're still unsure about what you are supposed to do, speak up!
27. Some students will be highly cooperative and attentive, and will speak up readily regarding the assignment.
28. While many in the Society seemed at ease with the practice, he had to speak up.
29. Often it does not occur to them that they can speak up, raise their voices in front of people.
30. If those with inside knowledge of the facts didn't speak up for Britain, who the hell would?