🏁 To hear means you can hear something. Here is a place:

He lives here, but you hardly ever hear him, he’s so quiet.

Can you hear me? I’m over here!

The explosion was so loud Jeff couldn’t hear for days.

Here‘s one I prepared earlier.

💻🎯 Want to try a test?

http://www.esldesk.com/common-errors-english/here-hear

The elephant could hear everything around it for miles.

🚦 To hear is a verb, and helpfully includes the word ear in it, so you can tell it’s to do with your hearing. Here usually means a place, but it can also be used to announce something, as in ‘Here is the news.’

🎓 Here can be used as an adjective, as in I like the weather here. In I’m over here, it’s an adverb. In It’s a long way from here to there, it’s a place, so it’s a noun. Hear is simply a verb.

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