[动词时态]hearing heard heard
hear about 听说；得知
hear from 收到…的信；受…的批评
hear of 听说，听说过
hear out 听完
hear (v. 听到，听见)：指声音进入耳内，侧重于听的能力和结果，但不含注意之意。
listen (v. 听)：指有意识地倾听，强调行为的过程。Are you listening?
overhear ([六级/考研]v. 无意中听到)：多指在他人不注意或不知道的情况下偶然听到谈话的内容。
◇ When the Queen heard this, she was very angry.
---- Snow White
◇ nor did Alice think it so VERY much out of the way to hear the Rabbit say to itself, ‘Oh dear!
◇ Soon she heard a voice.
---- The Frog Prince
◇ All the people throughout the city had heard of the wonderful property the cloth was to possess;
◇ In the afternoon, the old lady heard from everyone that the shoes had been red, and she said that it was very wrong of Karen, that it was not at all becoming, and that in future Karen should only go in black shoes to church, even when she should be older.
---- The Red Shoes
◇ All atonce there was heard a violent knocking at the door, and the old King, thePrince's father, went out himself to open it.
---- The Real Princess
◇ On hearing that Columbians were more likely to kiss others, I soon felt at ease.
---- A Misunderstanding
◇ He was out of breath while knowing he lost his eyesight as well as 70% of his hearing.
---- Defeat Disability
◇ The other day, he heard from the villagers again inviting him to participate in the donation anniversary.