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All Ears

All ears

The definition of the English idiom to be all ears is to be waiting attentively to hear something. It is typically used in a dialogue like the following one:

Muriel: I can’t wait to tell you about my job interview.
Sabeen: I am
all ears!

In the dialogue above, Sabeen lets Muriel know that she is
listening and waiting to hear about her job interview by saying that she is all ears.
Below, you will find a youtube video of a commercial that uses the expression
We’re all ears as its advertising slogan. What kind of company do you think would use this phrase as an advertising slogan? Watch the video and find out:



What other companies/businesses do you think could use the English idiom to be all ears as part of their advertising campaigns?





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