I study abroad.
I study Korean.
When do you study?
Do I have to study?
You can study here.
I am going to study.
Let's study English.
I need to study math.
She told him to study.
He didn't study at all.
I study hard at school.
I want to study abroad.
Study English every day.
Tom has no wish to study.
Did you study by yourself?
You must study grammar more.
Study hard so you don't fail.
She urged him to study harder.
You must study your whole life.
Does he study English every day?
She advised him to study harder.
He devoted his life to his study.
She went to Italy to study music.
I made up my mind to study harder.
I think it's time for me to study.
I intended to study medicine in America.
I'm going to study English this afternoon.
I am saving money in order to study abroad.
Mr. Young wishes his son would study harder.
The scholarship enabled him to study abroad.
My decision to study abroad surprised my parents.
My brother went to the United States to study law.
It's not only Tom that has to study. I have to study, too.
Tom isn't the only one who has to study. I have to study as well.