Using this site, I determined the operating range is:
FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz, AM: 526.5 - 1606.5 KHz
The closest ham bands are 144-148 MHz, 1800-2000 kHz. Thus, it cannot receive ham bands without modification.
With modification, essentially you need to open the radio and re-tune it's frequency calibration. There is a website that documents how to do this. It is important that you have a non-digital radio for this to work correctly.
Of course, all of this assumes that you are trying to listen to AM or FM signals. You probably could get away with this if you can adjust the FM signal appropriately, although the typical FM broadcast signal is wider band than an FM Amateur Radio signal, but AM signals are rarely used on the HF bands, it's far more common to use SSB, which a typical AM radio cannot receive, without significant modification.