Have you heard” is asking if someone has ever heard something that happened at any point in the past.
Did you hear or have you heard?
Re: did you hear, have you heard In your example, both are correct. American speakers might be more likely to use “Did you hear” whereas British speakers might prefer “Have you heard…”. In other contexts there is a nice difference: We use the present perfect when the finished action is relevant to the present.
Have you heard anything Meaning?
Do you know (about someone or something)? Often suggestive of gossip.
Did you ever hear or have you ever heard?
I think the main difference is whether you use American or British English. In BrE it would be Have you ever heard of it unless you were referring to a particular period in the past. Then you’d use the past simple.
Have you heard of or have you heard about?
To hear of something is to become aware of it, whereas to hear about something is to be informed about it, for example, to receive news about it: Have you heard of John Key? [i.e. do you know who John Key is?]
Have you heard of it meaning?
If you have heard of someone or something, you know that that person or thing exists: It’s a tiny country that most people have never even heard of.
Have you heard from meaning?
to get a letter, telephone call, or other message from someone: Have you heard from Helena recently?
Have you heard the latest meaning?
1 : the most recent news or information about something Have you heard the latest? 2 : the most recent or modern version of something —+ in The store carries the latest in home improvement products.
Did you ever read or have you ever read?
I would almost always use “have you read” unless I had in mind some specific past period. But in either case, it has no bearing on a yes/no answer. I completely agree with the above. ‘Did you read’ would be used to refer to a specific past period, ‘in my book’.
Have you heard of this meaning?
Is it heard of or about?
1 Answer. To hear of something is to become aware of it, whereas to hear about something is to be informed about it, for example, to receive news about it: Have you heard of John Key? [i.e. do you know who John Key is?]
Has heard meaning?
If you say that you have heard something before, you mean that you are not interested in it, or do not believe it, or are not surprised about it, because you already know about it or have experienced it. Furness shrugs wearily. He has heard it all before.