All ye've got to do is to look on, an' ye'll larn somethin'.
Yu ha' got to larn to du 'em, Dora, don't, yer'll miss me cruel when I'm gone.
"I'll larn you agnostics and several other kinds of ticks," said Bill, in a terrible voice, his drawl lengthening perceptibly.
Bob, give yo' father yo' horse and let him larn ye what's what.
Come along, Colonel; it looks like we was a-goin to larn morn Mendoza himself ever did; an all through a pesky steer!
Wait till you get to your West P'int, and larn when and where to foight.
Up-groon fellows used to come an' larn fro her, just same as childer—they did for sure—great rough colliers, an' o' mak's.
Ma'am, she'll larn manners in time—Lon'on was not built in a day.
I near wore out dat old blueblack speller tryin' to larn A B C's.
He could larn to keep books and know lumber and hardware and how to sell and how to buy.