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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22633: Hear or listen
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    Hear or listen


    hear vs. listen


    Can you hear that sound?
    Are you listening to classical music?



    How to choose:

    hear: sounds are simply coming into our ears.

    Can you hear that dog?


    listen: we pay attention to that sound, we try to understand it

    Are you listening to the teacher?





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    1. I've a sound.

    2. I am to music now.

    3. Hey, John! Can you that sound?

    4. ! I'd like to have a word with you.

    5. Do you like to to Rock music?

    6. The pupils to the teacher carefully.

    7. Sorry, I wasn't really .

    8. Can you speak a little louder? I can't you.

    9. Have you of the accident in London?

    10. That's good to .









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