What is the difference between "Words I learnt today" and "Words I have learnt today" and "Words I have learned today" ?
Is there any difference?
When should I use which?
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Words I learnt today.
Words I have learnt today.
Words I learned today.
The words learnt and learned are the past tenses and past participles of the verb learn. Learnt is chiefly used in BE.
The sentence #1 is in the past simple; it talks of today that is over. On the other hand, the sentence #2 is in the present perfect; it also talks of today but it's not yet over. It's still daytime. Of course, you still have some time to learn more words.