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The usage of the word " study ".

What is the differences between study/ studies/ studing ?

Which one is correct?

" How is your studies?" OR " How is your studying?" OR " How is your study?"

And how do you say these?

1. " Do you have any progress in your study/ studies/ studying? "

2. " I think you should have some good progress in your study/ studies/ studying."

Thanks!
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Here are some things that come to mind. I don't claim that this is an exhaustive answer.

When talking about an individual person's course of work at an educational establishment (at college, say), the most usual word is "studies":

"How are your studies going?"

"Have you made much progress with your studies?"

"study" can be used of the collective effort of researchers, or the professional activities of a scientist or academic, for example:

"The study of galaxies began in the 1930s."

"He arrived at this conclusion after many years of study."

"studying" specifically refers to the actual act of doing the study (sitting at a desk reading, for example):

"Studying is such a bore."
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miyabi The usage of the word " study ".
What is the differences between study/ studies/ studying ?
I think it's correct to use them all in the same context. All of them can be used as nouns.

miyabi" How is your studies?"
I'm afraid this should be "How are your studies" but I'm not totally sure.
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