To say something full (a whole sentence or something with meaning)
Past Participle form
I will speak to you tomorrow.
You speak to me everyday.
A: Can I speak to you later today?
B: Sure, is 3pm okay?
A: That's great. Thank you.
He spoke to me on the phone for two hours last night.
I spoke to my boss about the promotion.
A: Did you speak to the restaurant?
B: Yes, I spoke to them and they said they'd hold the reservation.
Good afternoon, you're speaking to Tony. How can I help?
Who am I speaking to?
A: Hello, you're speaking to James. How can I help?
B: Hi James, can I speak to Mr. Patel please?
A: Of course, one moment.
I have spoken to David about the bathroom.
She might have spoken to him but you'd have to ask her.
A: Have you spoken to the agent?
A: What did they say?
B: The time of the flight has been changed.