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# If one is saying [[Shmoneh Esrei]] and one hears the Shaliach Tzibbur reach [[Kedusha]] one should pause and listen but one shouldn't should not answer with the congregation. By listening to the Shaliach Tzibbur one fulfills one's obligation through Shomea KeOneh.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 104:7. This is based on Rashi [[Sukkah]] 38b s.v. Hu who says that Shomea KeOneh makes it possible to fulfill one's obligation by listen and not answering. However, Tosfot s.v. Shamah argues that perhaps listening is considered an interruption in one's [[Shmoneh Esrei]]. </ref> One doesn't does not need to raise one's feet when listening to [[Kedusha]]. <ref>Yabia Omer 6:16 </ref>

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