“Listen to me” and ” hear me out”? Are they the same in English conversation?

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"Listen to me" and " hear me out"

Proper usage of words or phrases i.e “Listen to me” and ” hear me out” plays a very important role in effective communication. It is very essential that you’re aware of the words that you try to use to avoid misunderstandings.

 

There are English words that may sound the same but have different meanings. It can be a huge challenge to remember or memorize the correct meanings of those words. You might interchange them sometimes, it can’t be avoided.

 

One of the big factors of the confusion is the lack of exposure to communication with native English speaker. In this video tip, you will learn the difference between the commonly used phrases, “Listen to me” and ” hear me out”

  • LISTEN TO ME – it is commonly used to catch people’s attention.
  • HEAR ME OUT – comes with more emotions and you really want people to listen to you.

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