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    Baby elephant learned to trumpet from its mother.
    Baby elephant learnt to trumpet from its mother.

    Which one of the above is correct. Can we use the word learned in place of learnt always.

    Baby elephant had learned to trumpet from its mother.
    Baby elephant had learnt to trumpet from its mother.

    Which one the above is correct.

    From Kavitha Mohan

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    Re: learned

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Baby elephant learned to trumpet from its mother.
    Baby elephant learnt to trumpet from its mother.

    Which one of the above is correct. Can we use the word learned in place of learnt always.

    Baby elephant had learned to trumpet from its mother.
    Baby elephant had learnt to trumpet from its mother.

    Which one the above is correct.

    From Kavitha Mohan
    They are all correct.

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