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    I hear

    Hello!
    Explain this sentence please.

    I hear Sarah has won some money. What is she going to do with it?

    Why do they use present simple? (This is from English Grammar in Use).
    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greegorush View Post
    Hello!
    Explain this sentence please.

    I hear Sarah has won some money. What is she going to do with it?

    Why do they use present simple? (This is from English Grammar in Use).
    Thanks in advance!
    I hear means that I have been told about something, I know what's happening.

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