Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Learning"

The meaning of "Learning" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Learning a new language takes a lot of {brains}, but learning these expressions should be a {no-brainer}.

What's the meaning of brains and no-brainer mean?
A: brains = mental power / intelligence
no-brainer = an easy thing to do (so easy, you don't have to think about it-- so you don't have to use your brain).
Q: What does Learning from the best mean?
A: Learning from the best is a literal phrase meaning you have learnt a skill or subject from the most skilled or most professional person so they are best to teach you
Q: What does Learning new things can be trying on you. mean?
A: Trying =difficult
Q: What does Learning Japanese is tough because you have to understand the culture just as much as the language. mean?
A: i think at least in this case its equal. I haven't seen it where A is more then B in that kind of sentance but it could just be that I haven't seen it before/can't remember.

If A were to be bigger thenB it might be worded something closer to:

"Learning Japanese is tough because you have to understand the culture more then the langue"

I did a google translate and it could just be a language barrier where the translation is slightly different then the english meaning. if someone says "as much" to you in person they mean something is equal to something
Q: What does What is Deep Learning? mean?
A: what do you mean? I don't really understand your question

by the way are you by chance just writing weirdly on purpose.

Example sentences using "Learning"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Learning.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with Learning English .
A: "I am learning English."
"Learning English can be hard."
"Learning English is also fun."
"People who are learning English have to study a lot."
Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm Learning .
A: I'm learning Chinese
I'm learning how to play the piano
I'm learning new ways to help people

Synonyms of "Learning" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Learning grammar is of great significance to understanding a language. and Learning grammar is of great significance to understand a language. ?
A:

It would need to be

Learning grammar is of great significance to understanding a language

in order to sound right 🙏
Q: What is the difference between Learning foreign languages is important for me. and Learning foreign languages are important for me. ?
A: "Learning foreign languages is important to me."
Because you're saying that what's important is learning, which is singular
Q: What is the difference between Learning a language by translation cannot help you to improve your target language. and Learning a language by translation cannot help you in improving your target language. ?
A: To be honest, they both seem to have the same meaning. Personally, I prefer the second statement because I like using “gerunds” (verbs that end in -ing) to mix-up or add variety to my sentences.
Q: What is the difference between "Learning English is vitally important." and "Learning English is of vital importance." ?
A: The first one isn't quite proper. You can't really use the word vitally with the word important, as vital basically means "very important". It's kind of like saying the same word twice.

The second one is absolutely perfect, and yes, it sounds formal. If you want to say this informally, try saying something like "Learning English is crucial", "Learning English is extremely important", or "Learning English is very important".
The last example that I listed sounds the most informal.

I hope that helps. :)
Q: What is the difference between Learning and Studying ?
A: Learning is the process when you gain experience. Studying is more like when you sit down and start reading a textbook or do homework.

Ex:
I was learning English in middle school.
I have been studying for the test all night long.

Translations of "Learning"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Learning English is easy, improve is soooooo hard.
A: Learning basic English is easy, but mastering it is soooo hard
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (Machine Learningの結果、)まあまあな精度で予測できている
A: It’s able to make accurate predictions a fair amount of the time

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Learning bilingual or tilingual is gradually essential ability trend in a multi-cultural environment.
How can I say the sentence naturally?
Than you
A: Being multilingual is an increasingly essential attribute in multicultural settings.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How is it correct to say: Learning from Other People's Experience. OR: Learning from Others People's Experience
A: Learning from other people's experience.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Learning English, fluent in Portuguese :)
A: I'm learning English, but am fluent in Portuguese.

Other questions about "Learning"

Q: Learning English without anyone talking to you in standard English in your daily life is a challenging task. If you want to speak a standard English that can be understood by native speakers, you have to rise above the regional English of weird accent as everyone around you speaks that sort of English. Does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence is good. the next couple of sentences are also good, but it will sound even better if you say something like: "If you want to speak English that can be understood by native speakers, you have to rise above English with regional accents." the very last part i'm not sure I understand. do you mean that everyone speaks accented english around you or that they speak standard english?
Q: Learning another language is easy but to be perfect is difficult.

For me, the most important thing is the basic. We should study the basic of language. I think that the basic of studying foreign languae is grammar. In my case, I was studying English and Japanese grammar in Korean.

Then I try to remember usefull sentences reading and writing. Reading aloud and writing by hand involve a number of senses. I like to read a dictionary to understand using of words.

Repeat and test it until remember perfectly. repeatation and exame is effective.
I try to never miss and repeat my mistake. So I don't mind to study many progress.
Even if it take the time, I don't be so impatient. Ultimately, it can more save time. I took 5-10 hours to study everyday when I studied and Japanese language during 1-2 year. It helps me to speak and write Japanese without difficulty. Now I am also studying English 5hours a day. I will continue this way until August in this year. And then I will practise and enjoy English data and culture.
I want to speak my opinion and have a brainstorming. I try to think in English.
That is the reason that I need a teacher.

In my free time, I am listening a lot movies, lectures, news to check my linguistic ability and find my roll models.
Does this sound natural?
A: Learning another language is easy, but to be perfect is difficult.

For me, the most important things are the basics. We should study the basics of language. I think that part of the basics of studying foreign language is grammar. In my case, I was studying English and Japanese grammar in Korean.

Then I try to remember useful sentences by reading and writing them. Reading aloud and writing by hand involves a number of senses. I like to read a dictionary to understand how to use words.

Then I test myself and repeat it until I can remember them perfectly. I think repetition and exams are effective.
I try to never repeat any of my mistakes. I don't mind studying a long time to progress.
Even if it takes less time than I thought I still try not to be impatient. Ultimately, this can more save time. During my first two years of studying Japanese I would study for 5 to 10 hours a day. It helped me to be able to speak and write Japanese without difficulty. Now I am also studying English 5 hours a day. I will continue this way until August of this year. Then I will practice and enjoy English culture.
When I brainstorm and want to give my opinion I try to think in English.
That is the reason that I need a teacher.

In my free time, I am watching a lot movies and lectures, reading news to check my linguistic ability and find my roll models.
does this sound natural?

I think this was a good essay. Most of your vocabulary was correct. You were only missing a few words. I recommend if you post another long message you should put it on Lang-8. They have editing tools that will make it easier to see the changes I made. You can find my profile on that site. My username is Ukeath. I look forward to reading more of your posts.
Q: Learning a language is not my cup of tea. Especially, some languages that have a lot of aspects to be memorized. Does this sound natural?
A: I think “...some languages having a lot...” sounds more natural, but otherwise, yes. Perfect!
Q: Learning English in China, the Chinese English teacher always says it is important to note that the syntax. But I heard that some foreign people will not care much about grammar, As long as can understand each other.Is this true?? (if this have any grammar mistake,please forgive me, my grammar is very poor; -))
A: Good question. All I can tell you is what works for me:

Grammar is VERY important, since how you choose to express yourself determines what people think about you. Depending on what impression you want to make, sometimes you'd say things that are correct grammar and sometimes you'd say things that aren't considered correct. But they would still be natural.

Grammer is like looking in the rearview mirror, and much of what is considered "correct" today includes things that were incorrect but very common a generation ago.

To sound really natural, like others have already said, it's critical to imitate real native speech and writing as much as you possibly can.

Personally, I've never been able to get any real benefit out of studying grammar. I have received huge benefits from imitating native speakers.

For example, I take many of the HiNative answers by native speakers and put them in Anki (which is a SRS program) so I can practice them over and over and over... I do the same thing with things that native speakers post on Facebook, or Weibo or 百思不得姐 or whatever.

If you don't mind spending a little money, I've found materials from Glossika very helpful for imitating native speech. http://www.glossika.com/

In the end, this seems to help me learn natural language much better.
Q: Learning a language is a very long and hard process. It can be best described as a no-ending way. Does this sound natural?
A: It can best be described as a never-ending way of life.

is closest to what you wrote here.

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