FailedWhy wrong: There are differences between English and French in many ways, but one is the different use of the indirect object (“to something”) versus a direct object (without “to.”).  Many verbs take “to”, and sometimes at, in one language but not in the other. Listen is one  of those verbs which takes it in English, but not à in French.  For more information, click here.  To improve,

Correct it: Say “I listened to the radio.”gesturing hand OK isolated on white

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“I listened the radio.”
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“I listened the radio.”