I have a question. Would you help me?
Do native English speakers use a word 'study group' in real life?
I live in South Korea. And in my country, people join group activities to study English.
And we call that kind of activity as 'study group'.
So we say like this, "I join several study groups on the weekends."
But I'm not sure the word study group sounds natural to native English speakers.
I asked my teacher(Korean) and she said I could use a word, "English session."
Or other options are "English gathering" and "English meetup".
So which sounds natural to you?
- English session
- Englihs gathering
- English meetup