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I think motherinferior is right also.
Learned, surely? I have learnt.
I am in Australia if that helps.My gut was learnt but I have spent too long with the "I done it" people that my I question my correct grasp of grammar
YY to learnt (UK) and learned (US). It will be okay as most people won't notice anyway as everyone speaks American English nowadays. <grits teeth>
a quick look on the net says they both mean the same but learnt is British English and learned is American English. HTH.
Oh bugger - I have printed 40 documents with learned before I thought about it.How serious is it??Is its ayou're/your type of error or a dialect thing ( ie I say amn't which to me is a damn sight better than arn't)
Just that really.
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