The Difference Between Learned & Learnt - Quiz & Worksheet


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Which one is NOT a difference between learnt and learned?

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1. Which sentence below uses 'learned' as an adjective?

2. To learn is a verb that means:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The differences in the words learned and learnt are the focus for this quiz and worksheet combo. You can check your knowledge about the use of one of the words as an adjective and how to write different tenses.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The subjects listed below will make an appearance on the quiz:

  • Using learned as an adjective
  • The past and past participle of to learn
  • Using learned vs. learnt

Skills Practiced

  • Compare and contrast - compare the situations of using learned vs. learnt
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about verb tenses
  • Information recall - remember what you have studied about learned as an adjective

Additional Learning

To study more, go to the lesson titled The Difference Between Learned & Learnt. Inside, you can find the following additional topics:

  • U.S. vs. England and grammar
  • The use of flair in writing
  • Examples of sentences with proper word usage
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