/We require the internet to learn./ should also be accepted.
i did learn instead of study and i got it wrong.
"the" should be optional if it isn't already.
I think internet always pairs with "the", that's the correct way to write it, isn't it?
If you say internet without "the", it often means an internet connection/signal. For example, if someone says "my phone has internet", they mean that their phone is connected to the internet.
A bit annoying that 'we need t he internet for study' is not accepted - this is an equally valid statement in English and 'for' is the direct translation of 'untuk'