Normally speaking, (English) bear and (Nederlands) beer (the animal) sound pretty much the same, as do (Eng) beer and (Ned) bier (the drink), but there are always going to be differences in accent.
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As far as the voice in this exercise, it sounds like a computer voice, not a human voice.
Well its easy " beer as in drink " is different than bear !! Bear is the same as beer ( animal ) ....
Nah.. you cant tell the difference
Hoort means here "belong". The translation with "hear" is complete nonsense!!
No, horen primarily means to hear.
It can in certain contexts (like location) mean to belong, e.g. we belong here = wij horen hier.
Here it most definitely means to hear and absolutely is not "complete nonsense".