"The little boy hears the cat."
Translation:Cậu bé nghe tiếng con mèo.
Could it mean the sound of mewing or purring as opposed to the sound of the glass of water falling on your computer because the cat was goofing around as cats do?
But on a positive note, aren't you liable to really remember this after making a mistake and discussing here? Having only an average memory, making mistakes helps me out in the final analysis. One way to look at it is to make mistakes work for you...
Good point. Different word combinations deal with differentiating purrs, meows or mischief as cat is knocking down stuff.
Perhaps introduction of new word combination is intended to create mistakes as part of the learning process? I am likely to remember this word combination after blowing the answer.