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    angelene001 is offline Member
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    I study English vs I'm studying English

    Which one is correct:
    1. I'm a student. I study English at a university.
    or
    2. I'm a student. I'm studying English at a university.


    And:
    3. I'm a student at a university in London.
    or
    4. I'm a student on a university in London.
    or
    5. I'm a student in a university in London.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: I study English vs I'm studying English

    Quote Originally Posted by angelene001 View Post
    Which one is correct:
    1. I'm a student. I study English at a university.
    or
    2. I'm a student. I'm studying English at a university.


    And:
    3. I'm a student at a university in London.
    or
    4. I'm a student on a university in London.
    or
    5. I'm a student in a university in London. Possible, but not as good as 'at'.
    Rover

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