"The students always study the Latin language."
Translation:Discipulae semper latinae linguae student.
Super useful! I came with the same doubt. I'll expand on this verb's transitive and intransitive forms, should anyone else bump into this question:
From Wiktionary: -When used with a dative studere means to have a taste or inclination for a person or thing, to keep close to it. - Studere used with an accusative means to search earnestly for a thing, to desire and covet it.
Furthermore, here is a great resource for other verbs that might be transitive in English, yet take a dative in Latin: https://latinforaddicts.wordpress.com/tag/studeo/
I don't have all the declensions memorized, so this might be a case (pun intended) of different cases having the same form, but generally the different cases have different forms and that would easily disambiguate Latin (nominative) students studying languages from students studying Latin (dative) languages.