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Don't shout, I am hearing you quite well Don't shout, I hear you quite well What's the difference?
Nov 3, 2021 6:58 AM
Answers · 1
Some people say that it was bad grammar. Traditionally "hear" has been used as a stative verb such as "like", "want", "smell", and "feel", are not used in continuous form ("liking", "wanting", etc.) So traditionally, you would say: i hear you. But lately people started using it in continuous form as part of the new English generation
November 3, 2021
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