hear? Do you know which word to use? These verbs may seem the same, but we use them differently in English. In this easy lesson, you’ll learn how to use these words correctly. I’ll also teach you some of the most common expressions we use with
hearso that you get real-life examples of these words in English. After you watch, take the quiz to make sure you know the difference between
1st One. Yay
You were really lucky Troller! It’s not that easy to be the first one here.
But how about your score? Was it good enough?
Have a great day! See you around.
. . . as for the lesson . . . interesting tips to use these two verbs correctly.
In Spanish both verbs mean the same “escuchar”; this is the source of most mistakes. That is why it is important to know how they are used by English native speakers.
I do not know how to thank you Gill; it was a superb video-lesson!
Mind if I butt in this little chat? In Russian we have two verbs (for active and passive way of listening), with the same core, so yet again it feels like one word. So that pair english words is a little really confusing %)
Thanks for the spanish side.
In portuguese we have two verbs about hearing. One is “ouvir” and the other is “Escutar”. We use both verbs to mean hear or listen… daily, we don’t differentiate themselves.
ps.: All of you feel free to correct my english cause I want learn as much as possible.
10/10. I love this
i get it
hi nice to meet u :)
hi Delwin how are
thank you very much, it’s very clearly.
Nice and useful lesson ;)
I’d like starting the day after listening a short and interesting lesson. Thanks you nice and quiet teacher.
my word making skill and spilling skill is too poor so how can improve can anyone help me in this regard.please?
Hello Gill .
Thank you for this lesson .
May we say ” I have heard from my sister ” getting some news about her by another person ? Unless we might say ” I have heard about my sister ”
Thank you Gill
Hi tsamp — if you say “I have heard from my sister” it means your sister has contacted you directly, eg by phone, email or letter. If you receive news/information about your sister, it’s from a different source/person, and not directly from your sister herself. I hope this helps :-) All the best with your English studies! Gill
thank you ,
it had been good question.
Thank’s Ms Gill, really i was confused between the 2 words that helpful me
very clear sound.. i really understand what you says. by the way …. you alike janet yallen
Thanks Gill, this lesson is great..
Great Video, I got 100 % in second attempt but don’t master in these two verbs.
Thank you very much.Great lesson!
Hello Gill! Thank you for the nice lesson again. It is very useful. I always listen to your tips!
Thanks. It is always worth listening to your great lessons.
A very nice video!
Got 9 marks.
But I am confused about sentence no 4.I put ‘listen’ but it was ‘hear’.
Thank you Gill that was amazing!i did the quiz after the lesson even if,I didn’t pass with 100% but i got 90% !thank you once again for the lesson
i got 8 correct out of 10.
very nine lesson. thanks teacher.
A clear and brief lesson! Some times I have asked to myself what could be their use of both, strangely i think i could guess by the context. Thanks a lot! it is always a pleasure watch your videos!
Thnk u.. for
very clear easy explanation
I got 9/10 :)
Thank you, Gill. Your lessons are very clear and helpful.
Thank you Gill, you are a great teacher!
Thanks Gill for the lesson.
Is it possible to have a lesson about the word “stuff” ?
Thank you Gill for this new lesson!
Thank you Gill
Thanks a lot, Gill. You are a great teacher. I am improving my English with your video lessons. Take care!
Thanks a lot Gill. really helpful
thank you very much Gill
You got 10 correct out of 10.
thank you very much Gill
it is confused me always especially when i speak
I’ve got 10/10.Hurray!
I’m sometimes confused about this problem,but today you help me. Thank you very much,Gill.
I got 9 correct out of 10.
Que 8 was tricky, and I got it wrong.
awesome ! Teacher . Thank you, for teaching such a wonderful topic so that i could not able to avoid and i started listing to your class very carefully.
Thank you for your help……………….
Thank-you very much. Nice lesson.
thank you all the time
thnx alot i like this vid
I love it
It make me more understanding .Thank you.
This is great way to learning EN . I will definitely follow the website :)
Very useful this video, thanks
Thanks very much for this video Gill. All your videos are quite interesting and useful for us. They help us increase our level and comprehension.
Thanks again and keep going with the lessons.
10 of 10 <<<< a new information for me
A paper published online last year in behavioral and brain sciences by Jose’ L.
Duarte and his colleague attempts to organize …………..
1.the debate existed in the relevant research
2.the research and existing and relevant to debate
3.the debate existing and the research being relevant
4.the existing research relevant to this debate
??? Hello please explain about this grammar. Thanks
9of10. Thank you. it’s very usefull leson
Very nice teacher i got 8 of 10 correctly!
2 mistakes but easy make sense to me after thinking of it for 1 sec
Thank u so much it was very nice lesson and i understood. at all . 100%
Thank you Gill
9/10 thanks for useful lesson :v
I love it 10/10 ??
Thanks! It’s great!
Thank you Gill! Very well explained. :)
Hi Gill! Thank you for clearing up the difference between those verbs. Sometimes I get confused figuring out whether to use listen or hear, but now it is easier for me to understand when to use them.
Thank you very much! It was quite clear and well explained!
Thanks you so much!!! I got it !!!
I got it too!
great , i really got a benefit
THANKS FOR YOUR LESSON
iam new member
Thank you i get 90 is very inerested
very good ! I think I will try more practice. thank you .
Thanks so much
Thank you is very clear
thank you is clear and have good sound…
I got 9/10 question
I’ve got 10 correct out of 10. Thank you so much. Great lesson!
Bad!! But very happy to have understood placements! Thanks a lot!
10 of 10, thanks Gill
I want to ask about ican learn English with that or not and help me how if I can’t with that but I understand that
thak u so much, it is very useful to me
Thank you so much )
Thank you I really need english.
It was useful to repeat.Thanks.
Thank you so much teacher for your great lesson.
8/10. Thanks to Gill
Thank you. It was always dilemma for me. First time i understood differences between LISTEN and HEAR.
Hello Gill ! Nice to meet you. This was my first lesson and is great, very explicative. I’ll continue watching your courses because I think are very usefull. Thanks for the lesson !
Gill! This is my first time on engVid. I loved it!
Great lesson, easy to learn. Congratulation and have a nice week
Thanks a lot for this lesson.
It is very clear.
We should liston to your teaching more often.
thank you teacher
Hello Gill! thank you so much! your lesson is very well and usefull. I really love it. I will enjoy your lessons next time. Thanks you so much again.
Yeahhh… I got 10 correct out of 10.
Great lesson, thanks!
I got something new. Thanks for this lesson Mam.
It is interesting.
I understand English, but not very well, then thank you very much for this lesson.
video ? what video are you all talking about ?
back to learn englsh for life…
This class take out dbouts, thank you for your help :D.
Excellent class! thank you very much.
This is the first lesson for me here,thank you so much!Iloved it!
Hello Gill, thank you so much :))
I CAN HEAR MYSELF NOW
10 out of 10 thank u dear teacher
Thanks Gill I have many to learn
it’s nice , i had learnt the difference of hear and listen,but after so long time passed , i almost forget the difference, and in the ordinary communication, i also didn’t pay much attention to identify this, well it’s lucky that i learn the knowledge again ,tks gill .
My English is very bad. This is the biggest problem. Spelling does not make me. And everything that comes to me. If you have such a hard word. If it is, we could not pronounce. If you help me, then you will pity you very very great. and i have Skype,wechat,whatsapp,Hello talk. this is my Skype id ( z.ashi2 )
Thank you Gill. I get 10/10.
Thanks Gill for the lesson
i get 9/10
I’ve got 10/10 nice to see you guys :D
Thank you very much Gill!
Very good lesson!
I could understand the difference between both better, It was very helpful.
Thank you very much Gill.
Thankyou Gill. Great lesson.
Thanks teacher for sharing this wondeful class a bit easy but anyhow interesting. I got 9 out of ten bye bye
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Thanks…i’d like to add u….
its apleasure listening to you
that is great, lovely…
It was an useful class. I have tried to listen to the teachers so careful, because I’d like to learn English as soon as possible.
7/10 not so bad, but I’ll study more.
Its good to learn here.
i got 10/10
Thank you Gill
Thank you, Jill)it was very helpful and at the same time everything was easy to understand. You are a great teacher, you remind me my favourite teacher (when I was little and went to school I adored my Maths teacher, and surprisingly, you have much in common:voice, manners, tact, tempo. I listen to you and my childhood memories are again wih me, fresh and bright)I hope, it’s polite, it’s not offensive to make such a comparison. Thanks for your work and great lessons!
Thanks! I’m always listening to you, Gill!
Very good examples to understand the meaning and the use of these two terms.
Greatest teacher ever! I love your classes.
Yeeay I got all the point. Thanks gill you really help us to comparing those verb by the way I do love your British accent gill
It was really useful. Thank u so much!
Thank you Gill for sharing us your knowledge until you explained that differences between the two verbs it is fully clear for me
I will be expecting more of your marvelous videos!!!
thanks Gill! :)
Thank you Gill
Thank you Gill. I have question. Why we choice hear, Have you ________ from your friend recently?
hear not listen.
Did you _____ that baby crying?
Why choice hear not listen
there are active and passive difference
Thank u fianna :)
Many thanks really useful.
Many thanks, teacher!
thank you Gill
I get it
Gill it was incredibly class! Thank you
You are amazing ..thanks gill
Hello Gill and thank you for useful lesson.I got 9 of 10.
i should many hear again. thanks Gill
Oh, I am correct 8 in 10,
thank you teacher Gill, from now i am not confusing about two verbs any more
Thanx ma’am u made it easy to understand
Thank you So Much !!!
I got 10/10.
Thank you Gill!!
Thank you. I live your sound it help me to understand.
I like your voice. It ‘s clear.
thanks , 9/10
Its very class and quiz!
This is my first day on the site. hi to all
It’s very useful!
Gill, you’ re great. Excellent teacher !
thankyou teacher, i got 10 :)
Thanks Gill! Great lesson!
You are a good teacher . Thanks a lot
Its very importent to know the difference between to hear and to listen. Thank you Gill!
really useful lesson, thank you Gill!
I wish you longevity)
It’s a good test, Thanks a lot .
needs some more examples…..
10/10 Thank you so much Gill.It’s very useful
Gill i’m so fond of you. Like the way you speak and move, your Sweet smiles and kindness. Why dont you come in Italy To meet your fans. I’d like To shake your Hand. Love You so much.
10 out of 10 , thank you.
Your lesson is so helpful and I love it !!! I want to show you that I got mark 10 :v It means that you successfully make your students understand about your teaching. Do you feel happy ?
I got 70%
Only 3 false
Idont know when I use it and for
great lesson, thanks Gill
very useful. thank you.
thanks is good lesson i like and i understood the different listen and hear
So, Could one say: “I heard what he said but I wasn’t listening to him, therefore I can’t tell exactly what he said.” Right?
You can say
I heard him say something but I wasn’t listening so , I can’t tell…….
did you hear that? r u listening to me?
Is that right Gill?
thanx if u will answer xxxxxxx
peice of cake that was an easy test I have taken just now
I got 8/10, so bad!
hehehe… Very interesting… 10/10…
Good teaching ^^
Thanks Gill, Great lesson!!!
Hi, Gill. The second example about “hear” makes me confused. I think “I can’t hear you” is the active form, why don’t you use “listen” ?
“People hearing without listening, people talking without speaking” — the song <>, describing people just “bla bla bla” without thier hearts today.
Thanks a lot. Gill.
I’m enjoying English with you.
Thanks. You’re a darling!!!
Listening is the best way to learn english…
So nice and clear explanation!
Thank so much and Im enjoying your English Class.
Thanks a lot Gill, it’s a fruitful lesson as usual.
Thanks a lot Gill, it’s good lesson as usual.
It was really helpful!
Thank you, Gill, for your lesson.
I really like it
got 10/10, Thanks a lot for the wonderful lesson and your style of teaching,
i am enjoying all the english lessons from this website, thanks to every teacher ,
Another good lesson, your way of explaining is very simple to follow, thank you
I got 9/10!! Good lesson!!
Thankyou so much.
10/10! I’ve listen to what you’ve said carefully :)
You got 10 correct out of 10.
it have been good.
Hello, thank you for this lecture. I need someone to talk with him and improve our language. this is my skype Fawaz jubori .
thank you very much
can you explain to me the difference between accept and except please
Now it’s all clear to me. Thanks, Gill.
It is a very nice way of learning
If I say
“I don’t want to listen about that”
Is that correct?
helpful lesson for me.
Thanks and I wish you success and healthy!
I got 10/10 Thanks ma’am for your kind lesson.
8/10. Thank you so much!
10/10 thank you
Thanks for your time
Another nice video. Thanks again!
THANK YOU MISS GILL!
I can hear you
I got 09/10.Thanks Gill
I love your lessons Gill.
thank you ! it’s useful,nice!