Sentences with Study, Past and Past Participle Form Of Study V1 V2 V3
Meaning: 1. Devote time and attention to acquiring knowledge on (an academic subject), especially by means of books.(transitive verb)
2. Look at closely in order to observe or read.(transitive verb)
3. Make an effort to achieve (a result) or take into account (a person or their wishes)(transitive verb)
Sentences with Study
1.Do you think I should study for this course?
2.Studying French is a lot of fun.
3.Had you been studying Spanish before you moved to Spain?
4.I’m going to be studying all next week.
5.When Michael was playing video games, Richard was studying.
6.We’re studying Spanish and web design.
7.We are interested in studying German culture.
8.Had Chris and Olivia been studying to learn Japanese very well in order to live and work in Japan?
9.She will have been studying when you will be in the exam.
10.He will have been studying English tomorrow.
11.By midnight they will have been studying for exams for ten hours.
12.I don’t like studying.
13.Do you study chemistry?
14.I studied for one hour.
15.Are you studying French?