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No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma. Therefore you should not answer Amein if you are litseninglistening to a pre recorded Shiur. However if you are litseninglistening to a live Shiur then I do not know whether you should answer or not.

No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma. Therefore you should not answer Amein if you are litsening to a pre recorded Shiur. However if you are litsening to a live Shiur then I do not know whether you should answer or not.

No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma. Therefore you should not answer Amein if you are listening to a pre recorded Shiur. However if you are listening to a live Shiur then I do not know whether you should answer or not.

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No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma. Therefore you should not answer Amein if you are litsening to a pre recorded Shiur. However if you are litsening to a live Shiur then I do not know whether you should answer or not.

No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma.

No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma. Therefore you should not answer Amein if you are litsening to a pre recorded Shiur. However if you are litsening to a live Shiur then I do not know whether you should answer or not.

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No - even in Shul you only answer Amein if it is done immediately or else it is an Amein Yesoma.