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The expression I learn at (Gordon College, etc.) is incorrect. Say I study at (Gordon College, etc.) or I am a student at (Gordon College, etc.).
Use to say when referring to a person's actual words, and in indirect speech if the sentence doesn't contain an indirect object.
Common idioms with say and tell:
Say a prayer. Who says? I must say! You can say that again! If you say so. Tell the truth. Tell a lie. Tell a story. Tell the time. Tell your fortune. Tell someone your name.
Leave isn't usually used in the sense of let go but you will hear the idiom leave go in very informal English to mean let go.
Accept means to take something that is offered to you. Maria accepted the bunch of flowers. It also means to believe something you're told: Ken accepted his explanation. Agree to means to do what one is asked to do: David agreed to come to London on Monday, but agree with means to have the same opinion as someone else. The Long family never agree with each other.
We agree with a person, but to a thing. I agree with Luke, but I can't agree to this plan.