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    study and learn

    Could anyone show me the difference between "study" and "learn" ?
    Eg: "learn English" and "study math"

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    Re: study and learn

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.ducnt View Post
    Could anyone show me the difference between "study" and "learn" ?
    Eg: "learn English" and "study math"
    they are pretty much same.

    "study" is used more in a school enviroment (although we do use the word "self-study"), whereas "learn" is much a general expression for meaking yourself knowledgeable...

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