Has probably already been answered in another exercise, but why not "we are hearing you from here"?
"to hear" is a stative verb, meaning that it is not normally used in the present continuous tense. If you hear something at a given moment, you normally would say "I hear a....." That is why :)
Why is ''We can hear you from here'' not accepted?
It does not have "can" in the verb. That would be "Seni buradan duyabiliriz."
Ah ok, thanks for the answer
''We can hear you from here'' is what a native English speaker would say, regardless of the MODs reply
We are hearing you from here is not accepted. It makes no sense. We hear you from here should logically be biz seni burdan duyarız
Adding (dan) or (den) depends on what?