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Date Posted: 19:31:47 11/15/04 Mon
In reply to: Ian (Australia) 's message, "you don't mean they will get to vote in serious elections, do you?" on 18:48:02 11/15/04 Mon
I think it's alright if you talk of someone being "learned" (pronounced "lurn-ed" rather than "lurnd").
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Ed Harris (venezia)
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Date Posted: 19:36:06 11/15/04 Mon
... the former is the supine and the latter is the past participle. I know that in most cases they are the same in the English language ('He was tired' and 'running tired him', for example), but this is one of the exceptions.
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