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Some possibilities that come to mind: hefsek (unnecessary interruption between the Shema and its blessings) motzi shem shamayim l'vatala (saying the divine name without justification) going against an established minhag klal yisrael (custom) going against an established p'sak halacha (assuming the normative ruling is not to)


The first word is the infinitive and the second word is the future (second-person plural) of the same verb, to listen/hear.


It is very important to distinguish between saying amidah together with the tzibbur (which is the main halacha of tefillah be'tzibbur), and being in sync in other parts, which may be less important. Here's a good source on this subject. It doesn't contain all possible combinations, but it gives a good understanding of the basics. And the Pninei Halacha on ...

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