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    #1

    gifted at/talented

    What's the difference between "gifted at" and "talented" are them synonims?
    Thanks a lot


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    #2

    Re: gifted at/talented

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie2007 View Post
    What's the difference between "gifted at" and "talented"? Are they synonyms?
    Thanks a lot
    Pretty much - have you a sentence in which you want to use one?


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    #3

    Re: gifted at/talented

    the news that he was:
    1. very gifted at singing
    2. very talented
    was soon widespread


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    #4

    Re: gifted at/talented

    Either is fine.

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    #5

    Re: gifted at/talented

    They do have distinct meanings within the education systems, however. Gifted is a higher level than talented. A child who is gifted may be eligible for special programs at a school, for example.

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