Thank you very much!
I started out with with a Canon 450D years ago. It was a typical "beginner camera". I am not sure what REALLY would be the best camera for a beginner now, but I feel like Fujifilm's X-T1, X-T2 or X-T3 might be good. The reason is that they have physical dials for the 3 big functions cameras have, ISO, shutter speed and aperture (aperture is on the lens actually). And they all have a big red "A" on them. If you just set them all to the A then the camera is in fully automatic mode. Then as you get more comfortable with the camera you can start taking manual control over one of them and see how they affect you images.
You can of course do that with any camera, but most of them hide those functions in menus or behind buttons. In my mind having physical dials for those functions would make it easier to learn. Not 100% sure though
Ultimately you'll learn with any camera if you just spend time with it.
BTW I use an X-T2.