- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of teach.
“While these thoughts were darting with the speed of lightning through her excited brain, she stripped from the garland, with the presence of mind which her calling teaches even in serious peril, the roses which might have caught her feet, and swung it in a wide circle above her.”
“In each episode, Dora teaches a Spanish word or phrase to the viewers and then asks them to use it to solve a problem and forge ahead.”
“Columbia economist Richard Clarida's overview of what the last decade of monetary policy teaches is a good starting place.”
“Credit: Matt Wright-Steel for the Wall Street Journal Mr. Pipkin teaches creative writing The lower revenue from e-books comes amidst a decline in book sales that was already under way.”
“In her recent book "Taking the Leap," Pema Chodron teaches us about the Tibetan word Shenpa.”
“But the method used in the school where my wife teaches is much simpler.”
“What Model Muggers teaches is the emotional skills for handle assault.”
“Jeanette Rankin teaches all of us that we can fight against the odds, win, and then keep on fighting.”
“Basically, in the first 2 hrs, he teaches the English words that mean the same in Spanish.”
“One of the few welcome lessons age teaches is that only desire trumps time.”
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