Hear or Here?

J. Cheney

Hear with the word "ear" at the end is a verb which means to perceive sound or to gain knowledge or information. Here is an adverb which means a close-by location. Answer the questions below and then click "submit" to send your answers.

  1. The room was so noisy that I could not (hear, here) what my friend was saying even though she was standing right next to me.
  2. Links to reference material:
    Would you like to learn more about these words?

    Your answer:
    here
    hear


  3. We will leave (hear, here) at noon tomorrow, so please do not be late.
  4. Your answer:
    here
    hear


  5. Did you (hear, here) that we had to hand in our papers by noon tomorrow?
  6. Your answer:
    here
    hear


  7. It's so cold. How long have you been standing (hear, here) without any gloves or coat?
  8. Your answer:
    here
    hear



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