Is it alright to say everywhere the word "learning?" I was curious because the word "everywhere" implies a place, while "learning" indicates either a concept or an action.
Answer from a Native speaker
In this case, the speaker is trying to say that the opportunity to learn is everywhere. "Learning" here is used as a gerund, and it refers to the process of gaining knowledge or skills. Considering this definition, it is right to say that the opportunity to learn is "everywhere." Ex: Learning is all around you. Ex: Learning doesn't just happen at school. Learning can come from all types of experiences.
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