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Did you know that 'dreamt' is the only English word that ends in the letters 'mt'? 

Since reading that, I have been trying very hard to find examples to prove otherwise, but so far I have not found any other words.


it also got me thinking about the difference between dreamed and dreamt. In my explorations, I found this, which I quite like: 

  • Dreamt and dreamed are both past tense forms of dreamDreamt is more common in Britain, while dreamed is more common in other English-speaking countries, including the U.S. Dreamed seems to be more popular than dreamt when talking about sleeping, but when dream has a hopeful, literary sense, dreamt might be used.


I hope you all had sweet dreams, last night, and are ready for another busy day.

We will see you in our Teams meeting at 2.00pm, when we will have our dictation for the week and our French lesson.


See you later,


Mrs K

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