620 – Listen For, In, To, Up, & With

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Did you know that you can listen for something, listen in on something, listen to something, listen with something, and even listen up! Let’s study together.

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  • I like all different kinds of music, but I usually listen to jazz and classical rock.
  • Julian said that listening to the news every day is depressing. I agree.
  • Ann told her kids to be sure to listen to the teacher in school.
  • Okay Kim, listen to You have got to cut down on eating junk food or you’re going to end up in the hospital.
  • Alexander went to the beach to watch a vintage airplane show. When it got close to the starting time, he said that everyone was carefully listening for the planes.
  • I ordered pizza for lunch for everyone, so listen for the delivery person.
  • On Christmas Eve, all of the kids were in their beds listening for Santa to come and visit.
  • There’s a jazz historian who has a radio program every Saturday at 6 PM. It’s an interesting show and I listen in whenever I have the chance.
  • Last night at the restaurant, there was a couple having a very intense disagreement and I couldn’t help listening in on their conversation.
  • I’m really glad that you’ve found my podcast. Thanks a bunch for listening in.
  • Okay everybody listen up. We’re going to start our hike up the mountain tomorrow and everyone needs to be at the meeting point no later than 6 AM.
  • Everyone? Everyone? Listen up. The company president is about to arrive, so I need everyone here to stand up when he enters the room.
  • Watching a movie while listening with the sound bar is so much more realistic than just listening with the speakers in the TV itself.
  • Angelika likes to watch YouTube on the train and she’s always listening with her headphones.
  • Karen said that usually her teenage son listens with half an ear whenever she gives him advice.
  • I kind of missed the point of the story because I was just listening with half an ear.

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