hear about? I explain in this grammar lesson, and also give you a chance to practice using these two common phrases. If you have
heard ofsomething or someone, it means you are aware that something or someone exists. If you have
heard aboutsomething or someone, it means you have heard some news or more detailed information about something or someone. Watch the class to see these phrases in context, and practice listening to and repeating the example sentences. When you’re done, do the quiz to test your understanding.