We use 'hear' to mean simply that sounds come into our ears. It may not be deliberate. As soon as we wake up and walk around, we hear things. Example : - I heard a knock at the door. - I suddenly heard a loud noise. - Can you speak louder please? I can't hear you.
Hear is NOT used in a continuous tense. Instead, use can hear, example: - I can hear you! ( NOT I am hearing you) - I couldn’t hear you! ( NOT I am not hearing you)
Listen (to) (mendengarkan)
When we listen, we try to hear. We pay attention and try to understand every sound. Example : - Listen! Is someone crying? - Listen to this song. Can you understand the words? - I'm listening but I can't hear anything.
When we use 'listen' with an object, we say : listen + to + object, for example: John is listening to the radio.
Indo itu mendengar dan mendengarkan beda, bahasa ingris juga sama hear dan listen.. tapi kenapa soal sebelumnya mendengar di jawab hear bisa, sekarang harus listen.. itu tidak ada kata "kan", kalau soalnya dia mendengarkan pastilah kita pake listen.. soalnya hanya dia mendengar, yang salah siapa sih