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    #1

    learned people VS. educated people

    They are learned people.

    They are learnt people.


    They are educated people.


    I am wondering if they are correct or mean the same semantically and grammatically?

    Any comment or feed-back would greatly be appreciated
    Last edited by nima_ever_learner; 10-May-2015 at 19:02. Reason: Increasing font size.

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    Re: learned people VS. educated people

    Welcome to the forum.

    No sentence is correct if it doesn't end with a punctuation mark. Please edit you post accordingly.

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