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    navi tasan is offline Key Member
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    Which of the following are correct:
    1-He has hallucinations of hearing strange noises.
    2-He has hallucinations that he is hearing strange noises.

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    1 He has hallucinations of hearing strange noises.

    This is better, IMHO. The other one is probably not wrong, but sounds a bit funny to me.

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    I'd agree with Gwen, but I would say that the second is definitely OK as a sentence.

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