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    Default listen, listen to

    Can you tell me "enjoy listening to Twin's concert " or "enjoy listening Twin's concert " ?
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    Default Re: listen, listen to

    Quote Originally Posted by lily0316 View Post
    Can you tell me "enjoy listening to Twin's concert " or "enjoy listening Twin's concert " ?
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    'Listening to'.

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