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plumbus
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I learned something.
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Why do i see so many learnt with a t? Are all past tense verbs changing or just the one that is supposed to indicate learnedness, knowledge, intelligence, achivement?
Am i taking this too seriously? BECAUSE I ALMOST ALWAYS SEE CODERS DOING THIS LEARNT CRAP. STOP. YOU LOOK DUMB.

Or is it just me? Too uptight? Bc to me, learnt is a syntax error. And is not even a fucking t sound it's a d. Big fat d.

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  • 7
    Your English is not the only kind.

    "These are alternative forms of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Both are acceptable, but learned is often used in both British English and American English, while learnt is much more common in British English than in American English."

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/u...
  • 2
    Both are right but learned sounds dumb lol
  • 1
    Is the alternative spelling like alternative facts?
  • 0
    @Letmecode with a closed e
  • 0
    @samson Yeah, like Fake Spelling!
  • 0
    I learned this new skill, or so I thought. Turns out I had learnt and forgotten it years before. Puberty and being single are similar I guess.
  • 1
    Well.

    Im embarrassed as hell.

    Ill never do that again. From now on, i keep it to myself. Lol

    Learnt. I know ive been yelled at for saying words this way. Or writing them. But i guess it was valid.

    Sigh.
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