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

The meaning of "Learn" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does learning
has learning
has been learning mean?
A: you are LEARNING English.
martine has been learning English for a short time now.

"has learning" doesn't make sense as far as i'm aware.
Q: What does You'll learn as you go. mean?
A: “계속 그렇게 하면 더 배울 거에요” 그런 듯이에요!
Q: What does learn mean?
A: Aprender
Q: What does not until too late we learn that mean?
A: We'll soon learn it.
Q: What does I can learn to do that. mean?
A: "배울 수 있어요"란 말인것같아요

Example sentences using "Learn"

Q: Please show me example sentences with you like to learning English with me.
A: I love an English Coach like yoy
Q: Please show me example sentences with learn about.
A: If I learn about an affair, I will divorce him.
Q: Please show me example sentences with learn
know.
A: I want to learn English. (英語を習いたいです。)
Do you know how to get to the train station? (駅にどうやって行けばいいか分かりますか?)
Q: Please show me example sentences with learn .
A: I learn languages.
Q: Please show me example sentences with learn of.
A: If you want to learn of his whereabouts, pay up and I'll tell you.

I looked as his web history only to learn of his kinky hentai fetish.

It was high school when I began to learn of the true capacity for cruelty in some people.

I used a skin cream on my face for six months to make myself look younger, only to learn of the horrible side affects that actually caused rapid aging.

I thought that restaurant was vegetarian, only to learn of the fact that they use animal byproducts.

I thought she liked me only to learn of the fact that she likes girls, instead.


Synonyms of "Learn" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between learn and teach ?
A: Learning is what students do, they learn at school. Teaching is what teachers do, they teach students.
Q: What is the difference between learn about and learn ?
A: "Learn" is to learn a specific piece of knowledge, while "learn about" is to learn something related to a broader topic.

"I want to learn Japanese."

Here the person wants to learn the Japanese language specifically.

"I want to learn about Japan."

Here the person wants to learn facts related to Japan, its culture, its history, geography, etc.
Q: What is the difference between learned and learnt ?
A: 'Learned'/'Learnt' have the same meaning as the past tense/past participle of 'to learn'.

'Learned' is the most common everywhere, but 'learnt' is also used quite frequently in UK English.

In UK English, the ratio of 'learned' to 'learnt' is ~4:1 ('learnt' is used ~20% of the time). In US English it is ~500:1 ('learnt' is used ~0.2% of the time).

But as stated, 'learned' can also be used as an adjective to mean 'educated'.
Q: What is the difference between learn and study ?
A: Learn = the actual gaining of knowledge
Study = generally used as reading through things you have learnt, or acquiring new information
Q: What is the difference between learn doing and learn to do ?
A: That would be incorrect. You could say change the tense of "learn" but not the verb form after it. Like "I've learned to swim" versus "I'm learning to swim."

Translations of "Learn"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I won't learn English who help me!
A: I want to learn English, who help me?*
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how can I learn English fast?
A: 背诵课文
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? learn
A: Learn

Examples:
It's good to learn a different language.
I would like to learn how to sew.
I will learn about her culture when I visit the country where she's from.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to learn English?
A: These are a few ways that may be helpful:

1. Duolingo is a very helpful language learning website. (You can get the app as well.)

2. Read anything that is in English that you can (books, magazines, and websites) and look up the definitions of words that you don't understand.

3. Talk to native speakers whenever your have the opportunity.

4. Listen to music or even audio books in English.

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how I can learn English easily
A: You can try lang-8 it has a lot of lessons and you are also graded by native speakers they also have parts where you speak in the language this is also graded by native users

Other questions about "Learn"

Q: how can I learn English?
A: The best way to learn it is through speaking it with someone who is fluent and also ask questions to him/her regarding the language and also searching for help online is a good idea too!
Q: How can I learn English.
A: I would say to talk to people! English is a difficult language and if you practice it you may be able to grasp it better. Everyone is different though. Hope I helped in some way! ^.^
Q: I'm really glad if we can learn each other continuously. does this sound natural?
A: それなら、必要なのは:"from"です

I'll be really glad if we can learn from each other continuously.

fromをつけると、相手のことを知りたいではなく、相手から(なにかについて)知りたい、つまり言語。言語を言わなくても、fromがつけたままでは、そうだと察知できます。
Q: I can learn to know for how to work more effectively. does this sound natural?
A: I can learn to work more effectively

or

I can learn how to work more effectively.
Q: Hello.I'm Michael.I live in Beijing.I'm learning English .Thank you! does this sound natural?
A: "Hello. I'm Michael from Beijing and I'm learning English. Thank you!"

"Hello. I'm Michael. I'm living in Beijing and learning English. Thank you!"

"Hello. I'm Michael. I live in Beijing and am learning English."

There are many ways to say it!

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