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    Default listen to a concert??? or...

    Hello, I'm KeeWee from Taiwan. I have a question below.

    can i say "listen to a concert"? or

    I can only say "go to a concert".

    thx a million ^^

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    Default Re: listen to a concert??? or...

    Either, but "listen to a concert" implies that you weren't there: you might listen to a concert on the radio. If you actually go to a concert, you could also say attend a concert (that's a bit formal though).

    In many cases though, you'd just say 'I was at the concert, when...'

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    Thanks a lot for your answering.

    its really helpful.

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