"I am learning English at the university."
Translation:Yo aprendo inglés en la universidad.
Yep. I thought that too. 'Yo estoy' or simply 'Estoy' was how I would say it. 'yo aprendo' doesn't sound correct.
In Spanish, that tense is only used for something that is happening right now--like, if you are in class. In English, we would use the present progressive for more things. For example, I would say "I am learning English" If I am enrolled in the class this semester, even if I am not currently in class.
"estoy aprendido" is the progressive tense and should not be marked incorrect
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