A girl said that she had learnt a chapter and wanted to speak it out to actually find out how she's actually learnt. So the teacher tells another girl to listen to the chapter.
So she says:
Hear the chapter from her.
I know it dosen't sound natural, but what is the natural way to describe it?
And what will be a natural way to express this idea: speaking something out so that other person can listen to it, like a teacher asks a child to speak out a particular answer that he or she has learnt to find out whether she's or he's actually been able to learn it?