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Hi,

What's the difference between "learn" and "study"? Are they the same in these sentence:

I'm learning math now.

I'm studying math now.

What are you learing in your school?

What are you studying in your school?

I mean "what major are you studying in your university?".

By the way, could you answer me, wich sentence below is correct?

I'm in (or at ?) grade 10.

I'm learning (or studying ?) in (or at ?) grade 10.

Thanks in advance.
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james doHi,
What's the difference between "learn" and "study"? Are they the same in these sentence:

I'm learning math now.
I'm studying math now.

What are you learing in your school?
What are you studying in your school?

I mean "what major are you studying in your university?".

By the way, could you answer me, wich sentence below is correct?

I'm in (or at ?) grade 10.
I'm learning (or studying ?) in (or at ?) grade 10.

Thanks in advance.
"Studying" is the better choice in all of your examples.

Obviously, you may study hard and still learn nothing.

I'm in grade ten.
I'm in the tenth grade.
I'm studying in the tenth grade.
I'm studying at the tenth grade level.
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Learn- to me, is a word of lower register which usually refers to something less acadamic or scientific. i.e. I am learning how to sew/ cook/ balance my check book etc.
You can think of learning as the beginning process to obtain certain skills.

Study- is a word of higher order. John is studying biology, hoping to become a scientist someday.
Learning - will be considered odd here as it has a sense of mismatched meaning.