Our English Classes

A blog for Maribel's students at EOI and CEP Granada

CEP A2 26.10.10

Posted by maribel on 30/10/2010

 

Loch Ness

study vs learn

We study in order to learn. Studying is the process, while learning is the outcome. Hopefully, you are both studying and learning English.

“I am studying English,” means majoring in English at a university. However, it also means doing exercises or attending a course. “I am studying English,” means that you are actively doing something academic that will cause your brain to learn English. This could mean attending a class, reading a book or doing exercises, even on your own. “I am learning English” implies that you are doing English language exercises or that you are attending an English language course, but also that English is somehow getting into your head. It doesn’t matter how.

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