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ISBN:
1605960497
Author:
Deborah Lambert
Category:
Education & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Weigl Pub Inc (August 1, 2009)
Pages:
24 pages
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1681 kb
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1781 kb
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1444 kb
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Whether you’re saying you learned something or learnt something, you’re talking about the same thing-the process of finding out, acquiring, or retaining knowledge or information. The only difference is that the way you spell it says something about where you’re from

Whether you’re saying you learned something or learnt something, you’re talking about the same thing-the process of finding out, acquiring, or retaining knowledge or information. The only difference is that the way you spell it says something about where you’re from. Learnt and learned are both used as the past participle and past tense of the verb to learn. Learned is the generally accepted way of spelling it in the United States and Canada, while the rest of the English-speaking world seems to prefer learnt for now. Why for now?

Introduces the concept of an adjective, using photographs of state landmarks and flags to help identify adjectives and use them properly in a sentence.