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American Sign Language: "hear"

Also see: HEARING

HEAR:  Variation 1:
Tap your ear twice.  This is a good variation to use for the concept of "sound."  This is a good variation to use for "heard."


HEAR / listen:


LISTEN:  This is a very active form of the sign for listen. It is not passive. This version is good for such things as "listening."

Animated: LISTEN


EAVESDROP / "overhear" / "listening in on someone's conversation" / "eavesdropping":




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