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    Study and learn

    What is the difference between the two verb" Study " and Learn"?

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    Re: Study and learn

    Quote Originally Posted by belly_ttt View Post
    What is the difference between the two verb" Study " and Learn"?
    Here is one of many explanations: You learn something for yourself. But when you study something you pay more attention to the process of learning.
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    Wink Re: Study and learn

    well, here's what I think:

    "study" is when you make yourself reading or writing something with the purpose of having it always in your mind.

    and "learn" is the result that you get after studying.

    You study to learn something.

    Hope it helps you!

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