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This might be of some interest?

A Road racer who is thinking of swapping over to speedway/Longtrack after being dropped by the BMW team

https://www.speedweek.com/sandbahn/news/151193/Superbike-Profi-Reiterberger-will-Bahnrennen-fahren.html

Glad I worked out in the end what the strange term of phrase meant.

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5 minutes ago, gustix said:

At last! It looks as though you have learned something.

Now you have done it again...... is it 'looks as though you have learned something' or should it be 'looks as though you have learnt something' ? hmmmmm

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16 minutes ago, gustix said:

At last! It looks as though you have learned something. 

 

8 minutes ago, iris123 said:

Now you have done it again...... is it 'looks as though you have learned something' or should it be 'looks as though you have learnt something' ? hmmmmm

Both the past tense and the past participle of 'to learn' can be written as either learned or learnt. 

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Just now, gustix said:

 

Both the past tense and the past participle of 'to learn' can be written as either learned or learnt. 

Ok. I thought 'learned' was more of an American term of phrase unless you were talking about a 'learned friend'. But you can always learn something

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1 hour ago, iris123 said:

Ok. I thought 'learned' was more of an American term of phrase unless you were talking about a 'learned friend'. But you can always learn something

The most important thing to learn is that English ain't what it used to be! I am old enough to remember when words like selfie and babymomma didn't exist...

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