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listen

verb ausculate, be attentive, concentrate on, give one's attention to, hark, hear, hearken, heed, intercept, listen in, monitor, obey, overhear, pick up
See also: attend, concentrate, eavesdrop, hear, heed, monitor, obey
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Listening is done in a variety of situations and for a variety of reasons, many of which do not involve an overlapping skill set.
As Walter Brueggemann has explained, listening was a particularly freighted notion in the faith of ancient Israel (Reverberations of Faith, Westminster John Knox Press, 2002).
The total number of radio listening hours has also increased year on year to 1,076 million hours per week or 22.
Leading author, speaker, facilitator and coach, Marian Thier, will present Listening in the Workplace on Friday April 1 at the International Listening Association annual event and on April 14 she will present Listening Mastery for Facilitators at the International Association of Facilitators.
To dissect listening habits further, active and passive listening of music were separately defined and surveyed using questionnaire.
Two of these examples involve a husband listening to his wife.
The object of our research has been the learners' perceptions of expedience to individual listening to podcasts.
In his January 31, 2007, BusinessWeek article, "Why Leadership Means Listening," Gallo lists some of the tips for becoming a better listener he collected while researching his book.
This study investigates strategies L2 learners use to comprehend spoken input under varied forms of listening support and then further examines whether learners with varying levels of listening anxiety would use different strategies to complete test tasks.
However, there has been a slight decrease year-on-year in weekly listening.
My brother doesn't listen to Sirius and he'll point out a new song like ``Mama's Room'' by Under The Influence of Giants, and I'll say, `I've been listening to that for four months,' '' Sandler said.