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this is not a literal translation, it means something like "study hard," but it is a very common expression that is used in the situations when an English speaker would say "good luck with your studies"
Explanation: Sure, this is an common expression to encourage the listener, but this expression also implies that the speaker wants listener study really hard and get good result from his effort. So in Korean, we can put it like this "열심히 해서 좋은 결과가 있기를 바란다."
Daniel Yoon South Korea Local time: 18:11 Native speaker of: Korean