The following sentences contain expressions featuring the word “聞く,” which is read as “kiku” and usually means “hear.” We hope you’ll remember the following expressions after repeating them to help expand your English conversation skills.
I’m all ears.
That’s an event I’ve never heard of.
I found some nice clothes, but I gave up on buying them after I heard the price.
I heard someone say his conduct is exemplary, which is ridiculous.
My boyfriend does whatever I want.
My daughter always turns a deaf ear to whatever I say.
My ears perked up as I overheard a whispered conversation.
I went to Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, to visit Jodogahama beach, which is known among travelers.
A little bird told me what my first love is up to now.
“Do you know the nickname of Toshiro Miyazaki, a player for the Yokohama DeNA BayStars? It’s the Yokohama Pooh Bear.” “Really? That’s news to me.”