Diferencia entre el verbo "oír" y el verbo "escuchar"

Diferencia entre el verbo "oír" y el verbo "escuchar"

Oír no lo es lo mismo que escuchar, aquí está la explicación.

Oír es el medio por el cual percibimos los sonidos a través de nuestros oídos, por lo tanto, puedes estar percibiendo un sonido sin entender nada, es decir, es un acto inconsciente, pasivo e involuntario.

Escuchar es cuando prestamos atención a aquello que oímos, lo comprendemos, es decir, es un acto activo, consciente y premeditado.

Por ejemplo: tú puedes oír sin escuchar, pero no puedes escuchar sin oír, es decir, puede que yo te hable, tú me oigas, pero no me escuches porque no me estás prestando atención. En las imágenes hay algunos ejemplos. Espero que te ayude.


July 3, 2019
$19.00
USD/h

Lydia de la Guía

5.00
$19.00
USD/h
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I'm Lydia from a small town in Spain near to the mills where the extraordinary story of "Don Quixote de la Mancha" took place. I'm here to help you, your children or grandchildren to learn Spanish in the best way: with music and ukulele! I am a teacher of primary education, early childhood education, music and English. I'm also musician and singer, I play ukulele, piano and transverse flute. For kids I like to use my ukulele to help them to learn new words, new Spanish songs and have fun during the lessons. :) I lived in Ireland for around three years, there, I worked as an "Au pair" and I also worked in a kindergarten as educator. Now I live in the beautiful city of Montreal, in Canada. I speak Spanish, English, French and a little bit of Portuguese. I have six years of experience teaching in education, and at the same time, I have helped people improve their language and pass a Spanish test. For me, teaching a language is like making a puzzle, you have to unite all the pieces with joy.
Flag
Spanish
globe
Spain
time
12
Speaks:
Spanish
Native
,
English
C1
,
French
A2
,
Portuguese
A2
I'm Lydia from a small town in Spain near to the mills where the extraordinary story of "Don Quixote de la Mancha" took place. I'm here to help you, your children or grandchildren to learn Spanish in the best way: with music and ukulele! I am a teacher of primary education, early childhood education, music and English. I'm also musician and singer, I play ukulele, piano and transverse flute. For kids I like to use my ukulele to help them to learn new words, new Spanish songs and have fun during the lessons. :) I lived in Ireland for around three years, there, I worked as an "Au pair" and I also worked in a kindergarten as educator. Now I live in the beautiful city of Montreal, in Canada. I speak Spanish, English, French and a little bit of Portuguese. I have six years of experience teaching in education, and at the same time, I have helped people improve their language and pass a Spanish test. For me, teaching a language is like making a puzzle, you have to unite all the pieces with joy.
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