To learn about a subject, usually on your own.
Past Participle form
I study English everyday.
He studies at home.
A: How do you study?
B: I read books, watch videos and take quizzes.
I studied history for a year.
She doesn't know why she studied science. She doesn't like science.
A: What did you study at University?
B: I studied Ancient History.
A: Wow. I bet it was interesting.
B: It was, yes.
I am studying English.
My friend is also studying Japanese.
A: What are you studying?
B: I'm studying French.
A: Interesting. Is it hard?
B: Not really. I studied it a bit when I was young.
I've studied English for 10 years.
She's studied history every year since childhood.
A: My brother's studied English at university for two years.
B: Is he having fun?
A: Yeah, he's really enjoying it.