'Although I obtained a language exam I also felt useful to go on with my english studies so I spent my time learning it last year.'

The background: I passed a language exam. After that I decided to continue learning english. And I want to emphasize it in this example.

Please correct my mistakes in all of my sentences and suggest one or more flawless (or nearly flawless) variant for it.

I also would like to ask a grammatical question (with an example). The example is the following:

'She goes skiing in her free time.'

And two questions about it:

1. Why isn't it 'She goes to ski in her free time.'?

2. Which part of English grammar should I refresh in order to be able to cope with such sentences? Could you suggest something?

Thanks in advance.
'Although I passed (my)(the)(an) English (language) exam, I (omit "also") felt it useful to go on with my English studies. So I spent my time learning English last year.'

I also would like to ask a grammatical question (with an example). The example is the following:'

She goes skiing in her free time.' [Y]

And two questions about it: 1.

Why isn't it 'She goes to ski in her free time.'? Because that's a clumsy sentence. It's much better to say 'She skis in her free time.' "goes to" is not needed.

2. Which part of English grammar should I refresh in order to be able to cope with such sentences? Could you suggest something? For the above question, you can review simple present tense as used to indicate a repeated action.
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Could you tell me the difference between the two above-mentioned sentence (if any)?

1. She goes skiing in her free time.

2. She skis in her free time.
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Hole One a New SeeThank you very much Emotion: smile Could you tell me the difference, if any, between the two sentences below.
1. She goes skiing in her free time.

2. She skis in her free time.[/quote

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There is no difference in meaning. The two sentences are two ways of saying the same thing.