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learn about~ / learn of~ learn about~ / learn of~ What is the difference ?? I don't understand why the same meaning is in the various way
Jun 22, 2013 2:11 PM
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When you 'learn about' about something you have to study and find out facts. Example: 1.Teacher to class: Today we are going to learn about a famous English writer called William Shakespeare. When you 'learn of' something you have been told about an event or you have found out information by chance. Example: 2.Oh no, I have just learned of Nelson Mandela being close to death.
June 23, 2013
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