American English Videos/Fixing Common Errors/3. Hear and Listen

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American English Videos/Fixing Common Errors/3. Hear and Listen
Autor American English at State
Área Comunicación y Lenguaje L 3, Inglés
Tipo de licencia Estándar de YouTube
Formato Vídeo
Responsable de curación Editor
Última actualización 2016/02/19

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0:07 Hi. I'm Anne, and I speak American English.
0:13 I am a student, and I like to read and learn about languages.
0:19 Today, we will learn about the verbs hear and listen.
0:27 Try to notice the difference between hear and listen in this story.
0:36 My sister and I liked to listen to the music of a new band,
0:42 so we went to this band's outdoor concert
0:48 When we arrived at the concert, we heard the crowd cheering.
0:59 But we also saw and heard rain start to fall.
1:05 So we left the concert.
1:13 Then, we listened to the band's CD in the car.
1:21 But we became bored,
1:22 so we went to hear another singer sing at an indoor concert.
1:31 We listened to all the singer's songs, and they were great.
1:40 So how exactly do we use hear and listen?
1:46 We use the verb hear
1:48 when we become aware of sounds
1:50 with our ears without planning it.
1:54 For example, I heard a dog bark.
2:03 We use the verb listen
2:05 when we become aware of sounds with our ears
2:08 and it is planned.
2:12 The preposition to usually follows this verb.
2:17 For example, I listen to the news on the radio.
2:26 Now it's your turn to use these verbs.
2:30 Click pause, and fill in the blanks with
2:33 a form of the verbs hear or listen.
2:54 Question of the week
2:57 What kinds of music do you like to listen to?
3:04 Next time, we will learn about countable and uncountable nouns.
3:11 This is American English. Thank you for watching.

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