learn howShe saw you learn how.’
have to learnonly minds have to learn
learn somethingPLAYER: We learn something every day, to our cost.
need to learnGood negotiators also need to learn to master the art of listening — it's the greatest compliment you can pay
opportunity to learnThere you will have the opportunity to learn about clog making and cheese preparation.
must learnWe must learn.
learn from eachYou might learn from each other.’
easier to learnto make it easier to learn that way.
learn to live‘We'll have to learn to live without him, Anne.’
surprise to learn
go and learnBut go and learn what this means.
should learnI should learn to keep my big mouth shut.’
also learnIt turns out that like the vervets, birds will also learn to whom they should respond.
first learnWell this is a big advantage when it comes to reading the literature, because it means you do not have to at first learn the basics of this science.
learn from experienceThere are many lessons that UK marketers can learn from experience in the USA in credit marketing.
learn a lot‘You can learn a lot from Dr Streeter, so give her a chance.’
want to learnAs with the bucket brigade algorithm, we want to learn a better set of weights for the patterns.
cannot learn‘Negroes cannot learn French.
learn to playWell maybe we could learn to play with you.
learn anythingNever could learn anything by heart myself.
soon learnWe have never paddled at night and are a little apprehensive but soon learn what we have been missing.
learn soPLAYER: We learn something every day, to our cost.
way to learnThat is never an easy way to learn, especially when you are going to give a demonstration the next day.