No, it is not correct. You cannot use a present tense here.
You are talking about a period of time which began in the past and is continuing into the present, so you need to use a present perfect tense. In this case we would use the present perfect continuous:
'How long have you been learning English?'
'I've been learning English for 5 years.'
'I've been learning English since 2011'.
In this case, the present perfect continuous describes a continuous activity in an unfinished period of time (2011 to the present day).
I hope that helps.