I think it's pretty strange to say "it learns"! A person is the one supposed to learn, he or she only!
unless it is a robot
Or a cat, or other animal.
The cat or other animal is usually a he or she
I believe this phrase makes sense when you are referring to a neuter noun. So, "das Maedchen, es lernt!" would be an example of that.
But I am just learning. People with more experience with German, is that correct?
Yes, you are right. Das Mädchen/Kind ...
Well an animal can learn too. For example, a dog could be learning to do a trick. That would be an 'it' that is learning.
There are some languages where it refers to child or group of both genders.
Remember machine learning
So it is possible
Are both "he learns" and "it learns" correct, is that how these conjugations work? it can be assumed male or without gender?
The thing is "es" refers to a neuter noun, wich can be a human like "das Kind". But English "it" cannot refer to humans.
Thanks, i forgot it
Can someone help me with the pronunciation of lernt?
Ich bin lernt Deutsch. Is that correct?
I think it should be "Ich lerne Deutch". The thing is that "lerne" may be both "learn" or "am learning".
The verb learn for human so we can't use "IT" for that
Animals learn. Some of them are of undiscernable gender. Thus 'it' may be used.
S, its wrong because of a s -_-
How can a THING learn? I put down the only logical English meaning "It teaches" and the robot marked me wrong. A very peculiar sentence. On the other hand, maybe the "It" is a robot.