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  1. cowgirl007
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    Question Difference between learnt and learned

    Can anyone help? The sentence is "He learnt a lot in his role". It should be past tense, but I have no idea if it should be learnt or learned. Thanks.


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    Re: Difference between learnt and learned

    http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=learnt
    the dictionary is your friend.

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    Re: Difference between learnt and learned

    You can use both.Also burnt and burned,for example.

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