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I'm new, so please help me if I'm doing the wrong thing. I read the help section but I'm not sure if this is OK.

I want to know how to say

I am go to school for study English.
I go school for study English.

I don't know how to construct the sentence correctly. Can you teach me?

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Welcome to StackExchange! You are doing fine. However, just a tip. You may want to consider writing more details, try to be specific and show any research or resources. I'm fairly new myself and found out some people are pretty vicious on here.

a.) I am go to school for study English.

b.) I go school for study English.

I have bold typed your errors.

If you want to tell somone what you do now in general.

I go to school to study English.

If you are currently in process: You are moving your feet and walking right now you say:

I am going to school to study English.

This seems to be a common mistake you are making as well: for

In this sentence it is possible to say:

What do you go to school for?

I go to school for a class in English.

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I am go to school for study English.

"I am going to school to study English."

If you really want to use the word "for", you would construct the sentence like this:

"I am going to school for the purpose of studying English."

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