Talk in Arabic, based upon the English etymology, and as per the demunitive "-k" would be قالك
ق is like heavy k in itself. While ك is like k.
I recall something about a tribe in Arabia, the tribe of Hadhil, that could not pronounce ح (a frictal glottal h sound) so, Praisinger (محمد), ambassador (رسول) of WodAñ (الله), allowed them to use the pronunciation of the sound ع (a glottal e sound, which E3rab writers use 3 to represent this in their writings). Also I recall that the proto-german g has a voiced h sound. I assumed that perhaps God, Got, huta, kudha, would perhaps have been related to a voiced x or k sounding h, which in Arabic is a خ.
So perhaps, as the ع becomes ح , the غ (which is a g sound, but more in the throat) becomes a خ sound. And perhaps, I reason that Odin, is related to God via the غ ع خ ح all getting mixed up and ع sound being used. And in is either related to elohim or WodAñ as in God + An(Sumerian), via runic alphabet originating from Phoenicians. I personally believe that An in Sumerian is a respectful title like king. Whereas I believe inanna, Sumerian, is like the Arabic either انّ انا perhaps meaning "indeed I" or An + انا mean "king I" or "respect me".
If that is the case we could reason that الله is from Hebrew el and Egyptian Ra, as the L sound in الله is heavy. And if an arab wanted to say el Ra, he would say elLa and the h sound at the end of الله would be like the respect in elohim. But in Arabic less speech is known to be better, or rather there is a word in Arabic as الرحيم (arraHeem) which sounds like the Hebrew Elohim if the Arab made it elRahim. Which makes me wonder is the o in God that you find some Jews writing as G-d because they say the name of God is holy or as they say. And perhaps, el-oh-im or el-o-him is el Hebrew O or Oh from PIE and him or im is related Odin or An as in Odin WodAñ, via the notion of inanna.
So in regards to talk having similar meanings to the Arabic word قال، قول
Perhaps ق changes to ط (a heavy mouth T sound, as in thaw would taw). Then one might wonder, why s is next to t in the alphabet and if ط ظ are s t, and I assume since in the word Islam, the s sounds like a z. Perhaps this heavy s is related to ظ and in the hind al badawi Egyptian Arabic English dictionary for إظلام, it's written izlam but with a funny shaped z.
Seeing as I am trying to see if there is a link between semitic languages and PIE languages, I believe the word talk is linked to a Semitic language perhaps by the phoenician amber sea route.