Strange construction?


Browsing the website of an English language school I came across the following paragraph which contains a phrase that sounds very strange to me:

Active learning means that you apply the language structures, grammar and vocabulary you know and learn with us to communication-based activities. The objective is to allow you to gain greater fluency and confidence when speaking English.

I’m referring to the phrase “learn with us to communication-based activities”. Maybe, it’s just me and the sentence is perfectly fine?


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Hi Torsten,

I don’t like it either. Either there’s a new verb come into being ‘to communication-based’, which doesn’t seem likely or someone has left out a somehting like ‘take part in’.