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What is the difference between 2 verbs "study" and "learn"?

How to use 2 verbs "study" and "learn". I don't know when we use "study" or "learn". English teachers or native speakers help me please!
9 years ago
Asked 9 years ago
Zio

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Difference Between Learn and Study

The two words learn and study are two verbs -used in the English language that are very confusing ad people often think that they have the same meaning. However they are different and words, their uses are also different.

The meaning of the word ‘learn’ is to gain absolute knowledge about a particular subject. As for example “I am learning to play baseball” It means that I am on my way of gaining expertise on baseball. The word ‘study’ is generally not used in such cases.

However the verb ‘study’ imparts a vibe of exam preparation. As for example “Sarah studied hard for her grades” The word ‘learn’ means the gathering of some knowledge or mastering any skill by experience. It indicates the gradual development of any particular ability.

http://vspages.com/learn-vs-study-4325/
Answered 9 years ago
MARTINIauDRY

- When you study, you make an effort to learn a particular subject
- When you learn, you gain knowledge, skills or mastery of something through experience or as a result of practicing, reading or being taught.

You study in order to learn.

Learn is often used in the following phrases
- learn from ..
- learn fast/quickly
- learn how to...
- learn by heart
Answered 9 years ago
Carter



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