No está mal chicos. Os puedo ayudar un poco.
Luffy, no hace falta conjugar el verbo 'aprender' porque no lleva subjeto.
'Nosotros vamos a aprender' es la forma correcta. 'Nosotros vamos a aprendemos' sería algo como, "We are going to we learn'. (You need an infinitive there, which of course never takes a subject).
In English you don't really conjugate the verbs (except for in the third person singular) but we always use a subject (except for imperatives), so a little trick you can use if translating, which of course doesn't always provide a direct correlation, is to see how a verb sounds in English if you throw a subject (I, you, he, it etc) in front of it. If it sounds awful then you probably need an infinitive or gerund form in Spanish, rather than one of the conjugated forms.
That was quite technical and probably of little use. Do loads of listening and reading and learn in blocks, as we do when we're babies and learning our native languages. When you start breaking it down to individual words and getting into the grammatical details of each word then imo the language learning stops.