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Please turn the speaker off, I can't hear it with the loud noise. It is making my ear ............... .

Could you fill the blank place?

Please help me.
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Hi,

Please turn the speaker off, I can't hear it with the loud noise. It is making my ear ............... .

Could you fill the blank place?

We normally say 'It's hurting my ears'. Or 'It's making my ears hurt'.

'I can't hear it with the loud noise' sounds a bit odd. You can obviously hear the loud noise. What is it that you can't hear?

Best wishes, Clive
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User_garyThank you Clive.
We normally say 'It's hurting my ears'. Or 'It's making my ears hurt'.
Also, can I say, "It's making my ears deafning". It is deafening me

'I can't hear it with the loud noise' sounds a bit odd. You can obviously hear the loud noise. What is it that you can't hear?
I might be tend to write, "I can't bear it with the loud nouse". Is this correct? I can't bear the loud noise/such a loud noise - you do not need "it" which does not relate to anything.

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Thank you Clive.
We normally say 'It's hurting my ears'. Or 'It's making my ears hurt'.

Also, can I say, "It's making my ears deafning".
'I can't hear it with the loud noise' sounds a bit odd. You can obviously hear the loud noise. What is it that you can't hear?
I might be tend to write, "I can't bear it with the loud nouse". Is this correct?

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