Bit confused about this meaning

what is the meaning in english?

fairly literally this is: learn using material that interest you

what does sono mean?

In this case sono means ARE.
It is part of the present tense of the verb to be.

Are the lessons too dfficult.

thanks. No the lessons aren’t too difficult, its just some words seem to have different meanings in different contexts and I want to be able to understand the different cases they can be used in so that I don’t get confused :slight_smile: