Q: Why not study? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it's usually a question that is asked when studying seems possible but it seems overlooked from the person you're asking.

For example, let's say someone is walking to class and they say, "they're going to be late" you can ask them, why not run? (implying that if they run they might make it on time whereas if they keep walking they won't make it) or let's say someone is walking and they say their shoes are making their feet hurt you can ask them, why not buy new shoes? you're asking them why aren't they doing the obvious.
Q: The study anticipates that by 2080, peak temperatures at airports will increase by 4 to 8 degrees Celsius とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means that scientists came up with data that shows - in 63 years airports will be 4-8 degrees hotter
Q: keep first, under study とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In theater, an understudy is a person who learns all the lines, blocking, or choreography of the lead actor and actress. So for example, if the night before a performance, the lead actor or actress gets sick, the understudy can perform instead so the show won't be canceled. Smaller theater companies may have one understudy for a lead actor or actress (1st understudy). Bigger companies will have multiple understudies (1st understudy, 2nd understudy, 3rd understudy).
Q: study at you own peace とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I think you probably mean "Study at your own pace?" It means that you can study at the speed that is right for you.
Q: "an empty study" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "study" is a room used or designed for reading, writing, or academic work.


Q: "A study says MODERATE exercise several times a week is the best way for the over 50s." What does "moderate" mean in this context? Thanks a lot. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: moderate = not excessive and not insufficient; for example, moderate exercise is going on a jog around the neighborhood, but not running for 15 km or walking around a store
Q: study を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I studied for the test.

You should study.

He will study tomorrow.

I don't like to study.

Study for the history quiz.
Q: study English を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Studying English has become my new priority.
I used to study English because I was bad at it.
I studied English went I went abroad.
I have studied English when I was in high school.

These are examples with "study English", but i conjugated them.
Q: study を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You should study for your exam.

I will study for two hours today.

I don't like to study.
Q: study well を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You need to be sure you study well for the test.

You can also say "study hard" which might be more common here, but they mean the same thing.


Q: study と learn はどう違いますか?
A: @Idiot: To study is to make an effort to learn something, usually when talking about school or university/college, often by using tools such as flash cards, books, etc. To learn is more general.
"I studied hard for this test." "I'm studying vocabulary terms."
"'What do you study?' 'I study biology."'

"Have you learned your lesson?"
"I learned a lot from that video."
"I am learning how to knit from this video."
"I am learning a lot from her."
Q: You will study と You are going to study はどう違いますか?
A: Depends, will you going to study at a later time or just near the present?
When you want to study maybe hours from now, use the one with "will".
But if you want to study within an hour, you may use the one with "are going to".

Good morning by the way. 😄
Q: study と learn はどう違いますか?
A: To study = 勉強する
To learn = 習う

"To study" means the act of learning facts by reading, memorizing words etc.

"To learn" means to obtain knowledge by studying or experiencing different things. Also when you "learn" something, it means you have gained some sort of knowledge or experience from doing something.

However, when you "study" a book for example, though you have a high chance of learning or gaining something from reading it, it doesn't mean you learned something 100%.

For example

"I learned how to solve algebra equations today! Hooray~!"
= "learned" in this case tells us that he now knows how to solve algebra equations (He gained something from it)

"I studied algebra equations, but no matter how hard I try I just don't understand it at all!"
= He "studied" but in reality did not "learn" anything as it was too difficult for him. (Though he put in the effort, he gained nothing from studying)

Q: It's more like studying と it's more about studying / It's more of studying はどう違いますか?
A: "It's more like studying." -- It's less like playing.
"It's more about studying." -- The studying is more important than the playing.
"It's more of studying." -- There's more studying than there is playing.
Q: I'm studying English. と I'm learning English. はどう違いますか?
A: Uhm .. Use 'studying' when you are replying to someone. (E.g. 'Hey Bob! What are you doing? ' 'I'm studying English.') Use 'learning' when you are stating that you are doing it. (E.g. "Your teacher is asking you what you like to do" 'OK Bob you are next. Tell us what you like to do.' 'I'm a programmer and a soccer player. I'm also learning English.')

I hope this helps! :)


Q: I will let her study whichever she wants to at college → why this is not "I will let her study whichever college she wants to"? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: study whichever (type of study) - first sentence

whichever college (school choice) - second sentence
Q: I’m tired of study bc of final exam and three test that have on the same day. is it natural?? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It should be
I’m tired of studying bc of the final exams and three tests that I have on the same day.

It sounded kind of natural!
Q: If I had gone study abroad when I was university student, I haven’t regretted now. Does this sound natural??? 🙅“×”→ は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I think you're trying to say "If I had gone to study abroad when I was in university, I wouldn't have regretted it now."
Q: i will study everyday は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: 在圖書館讀書 study in the library
Or study at the library は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: at 指的是地点周围。in 指的是地点范围内

以上的句子里用in就是"在图书馆里读书"的意思。用at的话意思就是有可能在图书馆门口, 有可能在室内。


Q: Let’s study Japanese together! This group is for beginners who want to study Japanese. I am a novice Japanese teacher. Please accept my apology in advance that my English is not very good. The meeting will be held at the library in the evening on weekdays. この表現は自然ですか?
A: very good. you also could've combined the third and fourth sentences like this: "I am a novice Japanese teacher, so please accept my apology in advance that my English is not very good."

you also could've said it like this: "I am a novice Japanese teacher, so please accept my apology in advance for my English not being very good."

but the way you wrote it is good as well.

Good luck on your Japanese teachings!
Q: Recently, I've been slacking off with my studies and watching Hunter X Hunter. この表現は自然ですか?
A: とても自然です。Because you put 最近 in your Japanese sentence, you could add "Recently," to the beginning of your English sentence for it to match. ^^
Q: The study objects are Irish-American who are in both quinquagrnatian and senior citizen. この表現は自然ですか?
A: The study objects are Irish-Americans comprising of both quinquagenarians and senior citizens.
Q: "Actually I'm planning on making English study book only for us, but it may take a long time.
It will contain the expressions we have studied by the time I make it, and other stuff like English pattern or drama script.
Please bear with me until that time." この表現は自然ですか?
A: I’m actually planning on making an English study book for us, but it may take a long time.
The book will contain expression that we have studied before, as well as other stuff like English (patterns?) or drama scripts. Please bear with me until I complete it.

I’m not too sure what you mean by English pattern by the way.
Q: I like study English and play the computer games in my free time. この表現は自然ですか?
A: The answer above mine works too. Or you could also say:
I like to study English and play computer games during my free time.