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I think it's quite amusing that some of you proceed to criticize other people's syntax and grammar when you yourselves cannot even write correctly. I am from Tennessee, an area not largely known for proper English dialect, but I can still tell all of you that you are constantly using comma splices and spelling words incorrectly. "Sounds like someone who has learnt a lot and wants to prove it." This is a good example of someone who has not "learnt" a lot. Perhaps this is how you spell learned in other English speaking countries, but it is definitely not spelled like that in America.

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Luigio, you are right! It IS spelt like that in other countries! Well done!!! There's a big BIG world out there to explore, and rather a lot more countries use British English than use American.

This is what askoxford.com has to say;

Learnt, learned

These are alternative forms of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Learnt is more common in British English, and learned in American English. There are a number of verbs of this type (burn, dream, kneel, lean, leap, spell, spill, spoil etc.). They are all irregular verbs, and this is a part of their irregularity.

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She overuses and/or uses prepositions incorrectly, as do many ESL speakers.
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Hi Texas First of all in Ireland english is the first spoken language Irish is the native language.the main problem with her
english is prepositions as in this sentance "because I do not understand basically anything on the other chatrooms" this
should read "in other chatrooms" she makes more of these mistakes BUT so do a lot of native speakers,and this usually
shows up the non natives.I dont think she is native at all