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    #1

    learned from the context

    Why in many schools are our children seldom asked to acquire skills in a way learned from a real-life context?

    Is "learned" naturally written in this sentence?

    Thanks for your help.

    Jason
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 08-Mar-2013 at 09:34. Reason: Removing question mark after 'help'.

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    #2

    Re: learned from the context

    Yes. In BE we prefer the spelling 'learnt.'

    Rover

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