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    I hear there are so many patients

    Is it correct to say 1? Does it have to be only 2? I think 1 also makes sense when you hear something constantly.
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    1. I hear there are so many patients which need your help.

    2. I heard there are so many patients which need your help.

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    Re: I hear there are so many patients

    Change 'which' to 'who' and they're both correct.

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