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(1) A loud noise damages your ear(s).

(2) A loud noise hurts your ear(s).

Which is better, (1) or (2)?
Also, should the 'ear' be plural?
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How about this: A loud noise can damage your hearing.

That is more common.
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Damages is better, because "hurt" is somewhat correlated to pain, while a loud noise can damage your ears without make you feel any pain.
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damage is more proper to use. it means stop sth from functioning properly.
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Grammar GeekHow about this: A loud noise can damage your hearing.

That is more common.
Definitely better, if the word "ear" is not compulsory to use.
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