Student or Learner
"In my country, I donít have to go through learning a new language and this is a plus, but if I travel abroad learning a second language would be imperative. Some see this as a great opportunity, but to me, it is more work than I can handle since communicating in another tongue is challenging and needs devoted training and practice. The future is vague, and Iíll have to choose my path, sooner or later."
Source: My teacher's book(Speaking IELTS)
Can I use 'gerund' after go through?! because in dictionary is it defined as follow:
go through something
Is it better to write 'go through the process of learning a new language' or 'go through learning a new language'?
another question: The usage of devoted training is correct and natural for learning new language?!