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

The meaning of "Listen" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does half listen mean?
A: its when youre sort of listening but not really, like you missed the main point they were talking a about
Q: What does I'm happy because you listened to me mean?
A: Estoy feliz porque me escuchaste
Q: What does listen please:) mean?
A: "Walk out the door and you see someone you know and they ask you how are you? And you have to say that you're fine but you're not really fine but you can't get into it cause they would never understand"
Q: What does so listen mean?
A: 「だから私の話を聞いて。」
「だから俺の話を聞いてくれ。」
文脈によって、可能と言える翻訳は多くありえますね。
Q: What does The more you listen to me, you'll see mean?
A: @guu-: The more you listen to what I am trying to tell you, the more you will see that I'm right.

Example sentences using "Listen"

Q: Please show me example sentences with listen in .
A: 1- X was listening in on our conversation
2- Lots of people listened in to yestersay's broadcast
Q: Please show me example sentences with listen up.
A: In a technical sense, listen up means to lift up your head, look me in the eyes, and listen carefully to what I have to say.
Q: Please show me example sentences with listen to.
A: Depending on whom you listen to, the Rio-Grande is either the fourth- or fifth-longest river in North America.
Q: Please show me example sentences with listen to A song/ listen to THE song/ hear a song/hear THE song...
A: I heard a song I like on the radio when I was coming home from work.
I heard a great song the other day!
(a=used in a more general sense, i.e., before a song is specified by name; something new that you weren't previously aware of)

I listened to/heard the new song by A Perfect Circle (/any band or artist name).
I listened to the song you told me about.
They listened to the song one more time before performing it.
(the=specific song, with details provided such as title, band or artist name, etc)


-Generally-, the following rules apply:

I heard a/the song = Typically implies it was playing and then captured your attention, it was in the background, or simply lacking intense or direct focus

I listened to a/the song = Your focus was directly on the music from the start, or you listened with intent

Having said this, the two forms of auditory consumption (hear vs listen) are often used interchangeably, so the more important part in being understood comes down to the articles (-a- vs -the-).

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Q: Please show me example sentences with to listen.
A: 1. You should listen to your mom.
2. Will you please listen to my problem.
3. I like to listen to my friends talk.

Synonyms of "Listen" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I listened to and I heard ?
A: I listened to: escuché.
I heard: He oido.
Q: What is the difference between listen and hear ?
A: Hearing something is the physical ability to pick up sounds, while listening to something requires attention and focus.

Like hearing that there are birds around you versus enjoying actually listening to their songs.
Q: What is the difference between listen and listen up and which one used more ?
A: @scarsdsh: listen is usually a request, listen up is more like a command or a demand to pay attention

Listen you need to do the homework before Friday

Listen up! This project needs to get done by Friday
Q: What is the difference between listen to and hear ?
A: Listen means to hear something but also pay attention to it, whereas hear just means to be able to hear noises. Ex. The teacher was frustrated when the students didn't listen to her. Ex. The students heard the teacher, but chose not to pay attention.
Q: What is the difference between listen and hear ?
A: Hear depicts the physical function of your ears. If you cover them with your hands, shove plugs in them, or grow deaf, you won't be able to hear.

Listen denotes paying active attention to what you're hearing. If I were to babble and gloze away about some boring subject for hours on end, assuming you wouldn't have left - you would still have heard me, but you wouldn't have listened (you won't have 'registered' my speech in your cognizance)

Translations of "Listen"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I still can't listen to fast English."
A: I’m still unable to keep up with fast paced English speakers
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? listen
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? listen, speak, learn
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? listens en español
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I can not listen clearly, and I want him to repeat politely.
A: Could you please repeat that?

Other questions about "Listen"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce listen, listen all around! .
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Q: listen does this sound natural?
A: What "is" your favorite series
Q: listen ...... does this sound natural?
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Q: listen here you does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good to me :)
Q: I can't listen to what you said. does this sound natural?
A: I couldn't listen to what you said

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