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What is the difference between burned and burnt?


 

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B A Tobin (barbat79) says

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    B A Tobin (barbat79) 4 years ago

    interesting....I was taught differently. I like that rule of thumb it is much easier! In English Lit and studies, we had to use both in different tenses. it was a huge deal to distinguish them.

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    Nithya Venkat (Vellur) 4 years ago

    Thank you, padmendra for explaining.

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    B A Tobin (barbat79) 4 years ago

    JThomp42, you are extremely prolific, but here I need to disagree. Passed tense would be : Hubpages has burned us... and Hubpages have burnt the connections for writers.


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