Complete the sentences using hear or heard + the correct preposition (about/of/from).
Thank you for your letter. It was good to *** you again.
I’ve never hear of Tom Madely. Who is he?
Did you hear about the accident last night? Yes, Vicky told me.
Jill used to write to me quite often but I haven’t heard from her for ages now.
A: Have you heard of a writer called William Hudson? B: No, I don’t think so. What sort of writer is he?
Thank you for your letter. It was good to hear from you again.
Do you want to hear about our holiday? Not now. Tell me later.
I live in a very small town in the north of England. You’ve probably never heard of it.