I thought the same than Nicola, but it seems that in english the correct form is listening to music.
I found that: "Here, music is the direct object. That means the intransitive verb “listening” will not have “music” receiving the action. You must add a preposition between them. That way music will become an indirect object, thereby justifying the second characteristic of intransitive verbs."
Therefore, “Listening to Music” is correct
I'm sorry if I'm off topic, but is there some set of all polish verbs that take genitive case?
I have never heard, not even once in my life, about "listening music"...
No, I'm just an English Philology student.
Being a native speaker actually doesn't guarantee anything. Natives make mistakes in their own languages all the time. In this course for example we often mention in the comments that "Polish people can often say that, but it doesn't change the fact that this is wrong".
http://www.englishteachermelanie.com/how-to-use-the-english-verbs-listen-and-hear/ - another link, if what I sent is not enough. Or you may just google "listening music or listening to music which is correct".
I'm a native speaker, and I've never heard "listening music" without "to" except from non-natives.
A quote from the Cambridge Dictionary:
We use to after listen before an object:
Every morning I listen to my Mozart CD while I’m having breakfast. It prepares me mentally for the day.
Not: Every morning I listen my Mozart CD …
In this sentence, "music" is the object. Thus, "listening" must be followed by "to". It's true that life doesn't always follow rules, but most of English grammar does, and it does here.
Congratulations to everybody who Listen To Music. But the subject of discussion is the following: 1. I'm not a native English speaker 2. I'm learning Polish, not English 3. I'm not interested in learning English language rules, I just want my correct by the contents but possibly incorrect by syntax answers to be accepted 4. If your program does not allow you to distinguish between English speakers who learn Polish and Polish speakers who learn English - it's a problem of your program, not my.