Source: Cambridge Dictionary
adjective fml US /ˈlɜr·nɪd/
having or showing much knowledge:
a learned scholar
I was checking the word learned and the example sentence made me wonder if there is unlearned scholar/professor?
In addition to that, there are three pronunciations of the word learned. /lɜːnd/ /lɜːnt/ /ˈlɜː.nɪd/
I have always heard /lɜːnd/. When I use software to read the paragraph, interestingly it pronounces learned differently depends on the sentence structure. How do I know when to pronounce as /lɜːnd/ and when to pronounce as /ˈlɜː.nɪd/?