Click here to go back to the homepage to learn English...Add a new lesson / test / 1 lesson per week
Log in!

Click here to log in
New account
4 million accounts created!
JOIN our free club and learn English now!

  • Home
  • Print
  • Guestbook
  • Report a bug

  • GREAT!
    Get a free English lesson every week! Thousands of subscribers!
    Click here!


    - Our other sites


    Forum > English only || Bottom

    [POST A NEW REPLY] [Subscribe to this topic]

    Message from kana posted on 28-06-2019 at 19:05:49 (D | E | F)
    hi! Hello,
    Can you help me please?

    I did an exercise in which the correct answers were:
    1-that's good to hear
    2- Have you heard of the accident in Elm road?

    1 - Why is it "hear" and not "listen"?
    2- why is it "heard of" and not "heard about"?

    Thanks for any reply

    Edited by lucile83 on 28-06-2019 22:36

    Re: Hear/Listen from zilazila, posted on 29-06-2019 at 21:58:51 (D | E)
    We use 'hear' when sounds come into our ears whether we want it or not.
    We use ' listen' when we pay attention to what we hear, that is we want to hear something.
    And about the second part of your question:

    I hope you can find your answer.

    [POST A NEW REPLY] [Subscribe to this topic]

    Forum > English only

    Share : Facebook / Google+ / Twitter / ...