Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hearing"

The meaning of "Hearing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to have a hearing impariment mean?
A: To be deaf. Hard to hear or to not be able to hear.
Q: What does We are accustomed to hearing of America as a new world, and of England as at least part of the world. In this sentence, what's the meaning of "and of England as at least part of the world."? mean?
A: I googled this in quotes because I thought it was a joke in England. The only thing that came up was two Korean pages. I plugged the Korean into Google translate and the correct translation is "England as at least part of the Old World". The "Old World" is a term for everything besides the "New World" so it's extremely simple. Korea, England, Egypt, etc were all part of the Old World. Mystery solved :P
Q: What does "You're listening to me, but you're not hearing me." mean?
A: It means that they are doing the physical act of listening, as in they are not ignoring you, but they are not actually understanding what you are saying, or your words are not getting through to them.
Q: What does From what I've been hearing Japanese culture isn't really into socializing openly, is that true? I'm ignorant in this matter so I thought I'd better ask mean?
A: 「日本ぶんかはしゃこうてきが好きじゃないそうです。事実ですか?」
Q: What does you must be hearing things. mean?
A: Might be hearing things incorrectly.

Must be crazy

You aren't hearing what I am saying

Example sentences using "Hearing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with seeing, hearing, smelling, feeling, tasting, having,.
A: @JoJoTapper

these are sentences are progressive tense?
Q: Please show me example sentences with You'll be hearing from us..
A: We look forward to working with you. You'll be hearing from us very soon.


(For a play audition)
(This will be said to those that auditioned for a role)
Thank you for joiming the audition. To those that will get a role, you'll be hearing from us very soon.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hearings.
A: it is a kind of meeting, organized by the government before making a decision.In general, some related public are informed to attend the hearings to discuss the affairs and provide their suggestions. and after the hearings, the authority make a decision.

for example, if the goverment decide to raise the price of the taxi, it is essential to hold hearings.


Synonyms of "Hearing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I am looking forward hearing from you soon. and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. ?
A: "I am looking forward to hear from you soon" is not grammatically correct the way you wrote the second sentence is correct
Q: What is the difference between hearing and listening ?
A: Hearing means you are receiving the sound but not understanding it
while listening is associated with the receiving and understanding the sound at the same time.
Q: What is the difference between Looking forward to hearing from you. and I am looking forward to hearing from you. ?
A: For example, I would tell my friend "See you tomorrow for lunch!" But a business associate I would say, "I will see you tomorrow for our lunch."
Q: What is the difference between I shall never forget hearing the President's address. and I will never forget hearing the President's address. ?
A: You're welcome! Glad I could help, speaking of books you will sometimes hear shall when people are being overdramatic.
example: Handing someone a pencil
Reaction: I shall never forget this monumentally great act of kindness!
Q: What is the difference between "hearing the news" and "on hearing the news" ?
A: Hearing the news 表达 听新闻的含义。on hearing the news表达 “当我听到新闻” 的含义

Translations of "Hearing"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? This; These.

I'm interested in hearing the difference from a native speaker.Help me please with this! 🥺
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? which one is more politically correct? aurally challenged or hearing impaired.
A: Hearing impaired is the correct term!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "hearing about you" is correct?
A: Are you using it in past,present, or future? That changes it all. I'm trying to figure out a sentence but I don't think I would use those words...but let me figure it out because it sounds awkward

Past: "I heard about you"

Future: "I will hear about you"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I was hearing music ,,,, I was listening music...... which one is best?
A: It depends. If you were actively playing some music or had put on eg a CD you would say "I was listening". If you went for a walk and became aware of some music eg in the distance you can say "I was hearing music". Generally though you'd use "listening to music"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I use though, I've been hearing a lot of native speakers using it, but I don't understand what is the meaning and how use it?
A: basicamente significa 'aunque', tan solo que se usa al final, ademas de dar cierta clase de énfasis

Other questions about "Hearing"

Q: I look forward to hearing from you. or I am looking forward to hearing from you. does this sound natural?
A: Both are natural, but you will hear the first one more often.
Q: What do you imagine, hearing Ozzie and Harriet?
A: Ozzie and Harriet starred in a 1950s TV sitcom based on their own marriage. They were known for being a perfect, loving couple. 846 means that they see and do everything together, so much so that they might as well be husband and wife.
Q: "We are looking forward to hearing back from you soon again. Until then we remain with my best regards out of beautiful Canada."

I've got answering e-mail from one Canadian travel agency. That e-mail was finished with the above sentences.
But I can't understand this part -> "regards out of beautiful Canada"
Is there pronoun or something omitted?
A: "We are looking forward to hearing back from you soon. Until then, we give you our best regards from the beautiful land of Canada."
Q: What does "I can't be hearing this." in line 47 mean?
A: That is an expression people say when they are hearing news that makes them mad, sad or upset. In this situation, the person is shocked and dissapointed that the other guy is going to be retiring.
Q: hearing his exciting voice,or hearing his excited voice ,which one is right?Thank you so much 谢谢
A: Both are correct depending on context.

"Hearing his exciting voice." -> his voice is exciting to you, so it makes you feel excited.

"Hearing his excited voice." -> he is excited about something and you know because of the sound.

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