It all depends on what you want to do, what kind of style you want, details character should be, … it depends on so many factors. to get started try Youtube there is enough to keep you busy, if you have problem post here.
If you want animation basics specifically, finding tutorials for that is as simple as doing a web search for “blender animation basics” and seeing which of the results could work for you. Keyframe animation is the most basic one on the subject. Or, if you don’t want to plow through random tutorials and/or want more comprehensive ones, could pay for them on Blender Cloud, cgcookie.com, cgmasters.net
Start teaching yourself and if you get stuck, post on the support forum.
You get help when you post on the correct subforum and provide enough information to work with. If you say you have an example, then post a link to that example. If you say you’ve posted elsewhere, provide a direct link to that post. Don’t leave relevant information out, and definitely don’t say you can do something if needed, just do it, because no one else needs information but you and it’s easier for everyone else to just not reply.