關於Learnt的意思和用法的提問

包含"Learnt"的句子的意思

Q: I learnt all I could about colours and styles, and dressed in a way that I felt was becoming to me.是什麼意思
A: My pleasure. :) "Could" means "was able to" in this sentence. It's talking about ability.

So "I learnt all I could about colours and styles" means 「カラーやスタイルについてできるだけたくさん勉強した」. (Sorry if it's a bad translation)

Q: I haven't learnt very much yet.是什麼意思
A: I haven't learned a lot so far/up to now/at this point, but this sad situation might change for the better sometime soon.
Q: It must've been very hard To have lived and never learnt To be content with who you are是什麼意思
A: It means that the author thinks that people can go through life just sustaining their life but they aren't actually living their life. He is saying that some people aren't happy with the person they are, and he says it must be hard to have lived for so long not being satisfied with the life you are living
Q: What means "disappointed" I have never learnt it in School ._. Could you please give some synoyms?
是什麼意思
A: Disappointed means deeply upset, sad, or displeased. You can use it to describe someone or yourself, or to describe how you feel about something.
Some synonyms:
Sad, upset, displeased, depressed, discouraged, distressed.
Q: I learnt Polish yesterday.是什麼意思
A: Nauczyłam się polskiego wczoraj. W formie dokonanej, więc to trochę dziwne. Lepszym sformułowaniem byłoby
I was learning Polish yesterday.

"Learnt"的近義詞和區別

Q: learnt 和 learned 的差別在哪裡?
A: learned is often used both British English n American English. Learnt is much more common in British English than in American English. For example: ~ When I was young, I learned to ride a bicycle. ~ My big sister learnt his math at Cambridge University, the little orphan boy lied. And learn is only common in British English as a past tense verb and even in that context, it is overshadowed by learned. Hope u understand my explanation :)
Q: learnt 和 learned 的差別在哪裡?
A: @Junior_Pinguim They're the same, but learned is more common in America. Learnt is more common in the UK
Q: I learnt it yesterday. 和 I did learnt it yesterday. 的差別在哪裡?
A: En la primera no enfatizas y la segunda si, ya que el did se usa para enfatizar
Q: learnt 和 learned 的差別在哪裡?
A: Yeah just the spelling, both are correct but I think learnt is used more often in British English rather than American English.
Q: learnt 和 learned 的差別在哪裡?
A: They can both be the past tense of "learn".
"learnt" is more common in UK English.
"learned" is more common in US English.

"Learnt" 的翻譯

Q: 復習する(to go over what you’ve already learnt again so that you can remember them better)
There seem to be multiple expressions such as review, revise, and so on. What are the most common ones用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
A: I think "revise" implies something that you're studying regularly, and that it's a repeated process.

Review could also be used this way, but could apply to other stuff too. Perhaps some notes or a document you just wanted to re-read once to make sure you understood it properly.
Q: why do you have learnt English?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: Why did you learn English?
Q: I have learned to read early or I have learnt to read early?用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
A: Both are correct you can say they both
Q: I learnt to ski. - (How long did it take you to ski?) The question, is it right?用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: how long did it take you to learn how to ski.

is a better expression that lets the person know you're asking about their "learning experience" :)
Q: we have learnt many air pollutants in the cure pollutants class.用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: We have learned about many different kinds of pollutants in our Pollution Control and Prevention class.

"Learnt"有關的其他問題

Q: I learnt that the word " debate " can be countable(debates) and uncountable(debate) .

How do you use them properly?
A: It is really the context.

"Debate" is for a general discussion, like a national controversy or public discussion, where people are talking about something.

There has been vigorous debate in the school about the new headmaster.

A countable debate would be where it is an organised or formal discussion that can be identified as one event, or several events.

The music club is hosting debates about 19th Century composers.
Q: I just learnt a new word 'comfy'. Is that a word also can be used in British?
Q: Why do you learn English?
Why did you learn English?
Why are you learning English?
Why were you learning English?
Why have you learnt English?

Which one would you use when you want to know someone's purpose of learning?
A: The first one isn't grammatically correct, the second and fifth mean the same thing, and would be used when asking someone after they have finished learning, as they are past tense.

The fourth question: why were you learning English? implies that the person stopped learning before they finished.

Why are you learning English? is the correct form for asking someone who is currently still learning
Q: As soon as I've learnt English language I won't begin study another 聼起來自然嗎?
A: Until I have learnt to speak English, I won't begin to study another language.

Or

As soon as I've learnt to speak English, I will begin to study another language.


It depends on what you mean. "As soon as..." Suggests a positive follow up. Example: As soon as I have finished, I will come inside.
Q: I learnt a word 'Weltanschauung' in a book. This word looks a bit 'different' from the common words. I wonder do you really use this word in daily life? Does this word come from German ?
A: most English speakers don't know this word. it's German and a loan translation.

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