Yes. God 'spoke' to them in what might be described as 'thought pictures' or images, with the foreknowledge of precisely what images would evoke (in that writer) the concept He wanted to convey and the words that writer would choose. God's intelligence and capability is far beyond the greatest supercomputer man might conceive of, and He is able to know in advance more than a billion billion permutations and the ramifications of each; thus He is able to tailor His communication precisely to make best use of the linguistic capability and writing style of the individual writer whom He has chosen (again with foreknowledge of which person will listen and perceive correctly what the Lord is communicating to him). The result is that the person writes using his own vocabulary, style, and temporal frame of mind, but the manuscript reflects the impeccable inspiration of the Holy Spirit. When the Holy Spirit speaks to you, do you perceive 'words' or 'speech'? Or do you perceive concepts, to which your own mind supplies words that reflect the concept? For me it is the latter. When God told me to move 1,000 miles to another city halfway across the country (with no idea what sort of work I'd find to pay the bills once we'd arrived) I did not hear the actual words, "Move to Tulsa." Instead I saw in my mind the image of what He was asking us to do. (I thought my wife would flip out when I told her this, but later that same morning before I could even utter a word to her about it, she turned to me suddenly and said, "I think the Lord wants us to move to Tulsa!" ) Now, that was a bit imprecise right then, because in truth we learned shortly afterward that He intended for us to move into a suburb of the Tulsa metro. But in the case of the writers He chooses to pen the inspired word of God, He certainly is capable of conveying perfect exactitude in the inspirations He gives to them.