Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Hear"

I hear music.
Do you hear me?
I can't hear it.
I can't hear you.
Do you hear something?
I can hardly hear him.
I'm glad to hear that.
Debbie! Can you hear me?
Can't you hear the sound?
I didn't hear you come in.
I hear that he eats frogs.
I'm very sad to hear that.
Do you often hear from him?
He pretended not to hear me.
I am happy to hear your voice.
I hear he is looking for work.
I hear she's a famous actress.
I hear that he sold his house.
I hear you are good at cooking.
Let me hear your frank opinion.
Did you hear my show last night?
I often hear her play the piano.
We can hear the ocean from here.
I hear from my friend every year.
I hear that his father is abroad.
I hear that Nancy is very pretty.
I was very glad to hear the news.
I'm glad to hear of your success.
Don't believe everything you hear.
I hear from my mother every month.
Tom pretended to not hear a thing.
Did you hear the news on the radio?
I hear from him every now and then.
I hear that she's a famous actress.
I was glad to hear of your success.
We were surprised to hear the news.
I hear that Bob and Lucy have broken up.
I hear that you are a good tennis player.
I was relieved to hear that he was alive.
I'm sorry to hear that you got a divorce.
I can hear a cat scratching at the window.
I can hear someone talking in the next room.
I hear that his father is in another country.
I hear she is going to get married next month.
I hear he's just begun looking for another job.
By the way, did you hear that Mary quit her job?
I don't want to hear any more of your complaining.
When I hear that song, I remember my younger days.
John's parents seemed relieved to hear that his plane was on time.
I'm skeptical when I hear someone claim to speak more than five languages fluently.
I don't quite believe it when I hear someone claim they can speak more than five languages fluently.


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