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    #1

    a good attitude towards English learning. ???

    Is this correct English : "This student has a good attitude towards English learning. " ?

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    #2

    Re: a good attitude towards English learning. ???

    Well, the first thing I would argue with is the unnecessary s in toward. There is no need to say or write towards. The word is toward. It's a Britishism again, and it is incorrect. [They may have invented the language, but they don't really use it correctly.]

    Other than that I would say he has a good attitude toward learning English.

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