We found 1 grammar point, 13 words, 1 kanji, and 1549 examples matching '聞く'
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'ku' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to hear
2. to listen (e.g. to music)  (usu. 聴く)
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from what I've heard; according to reports; from what they say
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expression, 'ku' godan verb
to talk casually; to use one's peer language (to others)  (see also: タメ口:タメぐち)
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expression, 'no' adjective
(a story) so sad that both the speaker and the listener shed tears
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asking would be rude; tasteless question
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ブン   モン   き to listen, to hear   きこえる to be heard   
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ジ   みみ ear   
モン   かど gate   
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Results include examples of words that could be read in the same way as 聞く.

You were just listening to the talk, without thinking.

You know what?

Do you hear me?

Don't ask.

Listen to this!
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