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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3373: To hear or to listen ?
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    To hear or to listen ?

    To hear : to be aware of sounds in your ears : entendre

    To listen to : to pay attention to somebody or to something that you can hear : écouter

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    2. Peter often music when he's at home.

    3. Hey John ! Can you that sound ?

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    5. Do you like to Rock music ?

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