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    Default study vs studies

    My parents will support my studies (or study).

    Is there a difference in meaning ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainous View Post
    My parents will support my studies (or study).

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    No, not without other context.

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    Default Re: study vs studies

    The plural form is often used for "a particular person's learning activities, for example at a college or university: to continue/pursue your studies" - ALD

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