Would you be kind enough to tell me your opinion concerning the following sentences?
1. The dog pricked up his ears.
2. We are all ears.
3. All you say to him goes in one ear and out at the other.
4. He turned a deaf ear to all our protest.
5. I shouldn’t like it to reach his ears.
6. His words are ringing in my ears.
7. We couldn’t say anything until they were out of ear-shot.
8. His ears must have been burning last night. Everybody was talking about him.
9. She pierced her ears.
10. I have an ear for music.
11. I like to play music by ear.
12. I lent an ear to that shady affair.
13. I have Obama’s ear.
14. The loud music grated on our ears.
15. The dog heard its name and perked up its ears
16. I perked up my ears when I heard his name mentioned.
Thank you for your efforts.
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