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The expression is "have a listen" and it is very informal without being grammatically incorrect.

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โˆ™ 2011-06-11 18:54:27

Technically, no it is not. The phrase should be 'Listen to this'.

Nonsense. Of course it is. It may be informal, maybe even a little cheap, but it violates no rules of grammar.

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