1?) Scheduled session of learning of english. 2?) Scheduled session of learning english. I guess I understand that in sentences there would be "learning english", because there would be subjects, but what about different from sentences constructions with subjectless action concepts, concepts names or terms, and planned sessions or actions, suggestions?
Other frameworks realizations without that paraphrasing (that is needed): A) To do list (as list with points or array elements of actions for doing): 1) english learning; B) What I found in a book in it's table of contents: "Choosing Levels of English" (it seems strange without "of" after the gerund) C) I'm gonna do english learning now!; D) Get english learning with fun!
I just have not seen anything about usage of such constructions with gerunds and "of" preposition and related to gerunds concepts, and with either options of paraphrasing I feel uncertainty and strangeness in rightness of grammar
Simplification: I'm asking what option of paraphrasing that and generally all similar gerund constructions (not in talking, but as scheduled note or concept or scientific term) would be correct, with one "of" preposition (like "learning of english") or without (like just "learning english"). I could not find anything about it and I always feel wrongness with either option