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The meaning of "Lear" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Learn't
Which one is right?
What's the different? mean?
A: First of all, ‘learnt’ is not a contraction so there’s no apostrophe.
They are both past tense verbs, I researched the different between them and apparently it depends on where you live. It says in UK ‘learned’ is the accepted spelling and everywhere else ‘learnt’ is used, but here in Australia I often see both of them being used.

I personally use ‘learnt’ more often as it sounds better to me.

Translations of "Lear"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you make to Lear English well
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Other questions about "Lear"

Q: How to Lear English? does this sound natural?
A: How to Lear English? (Learn) I am learning how to speak English.
Q: "For Lear's threats" that means Lear threatens someone or Someone threatens Lear????
A: It could be both, but “Lear threatened someone” is the more likely meaning.

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