Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Teaching"

The meaning of "Teaching" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does So what they're doing is teaching their followers instrumental language.

What is the meaning of 'instrumental language'? mean?
A: It may mean teaching how to read and understand notes to play instruments
Q: What does His teaching load would be picked up in his absence. mean?
A: Some other teacher will do his work while he is gone.
Q: What does teaching "101" mean?
A: University classes have "class codes" consisting of the su ject and a number. "101" usually refers to an introductory class.
Q: What does I'm all for teaching him a lesson. mean?
A: I 100% support teaching him a lesson. (They might mean punishing him for something he has done.)
Q: What does The normal teaching mean?
A: "The normal teaching load at this university is three courses each semester"

"Normal teaching load" means how much is taught. "Normal teaching" on it's own doesn't mean anything.

Example sentences using "Teaching"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Could you correct it


by teaching kids english can get you nowhere.
A: A more natural sentence :
Teaching english to kids will get you nowhere.
Q: Please show me example sentences with teaching one on one .
A: 1. I learnt English one on one with a tutor
2. Teaching English one on one is a great way to earn money

Synonyms of "Teaching" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between teaching and teacher ?
A: A teacher is a person, someone who teaches.
Teaching is what a teacher does. For example:

This week in class the teacher is teaching us about ancient Rome.
Q: What is the difference between "A
nonprofit dedicated to teaching people their rights and providing
legal support for those protesting for social justice ." and "A
nonprofit dedicated to teach people their rights and provide
legal support for those protesting for social justice ." ?
A: Only the first is correct - "dedicated to teaching"
Q: What is the difference between teaching and learning ?
A: learning is when you study something with a teacher or by your own. teaching means the progress when you help smb to study, give him advices, any information
Q: What is the difference between (teaching English to kids) Touch the card I'm going to say. and (teaching English to kids) Touch the card I say. ?
A: No difference
Q: What is the difference between I like teaching history and I like to teach history ?
A: significan lo mismo

Translations of "Teaching"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He asked me to tell you that he was being thanked for teaching me.
She asked me to tell you how thankful she was for teaching me.
A: The most correct sentence is the second.

"being thanked" sounds natural, but not in the manner you used it.

Examples:

Being thanked by my students means a lot to me.

All she wanted was to be thanked.

When she politely holds doors open for others, she is often thanked.

Seeing waiters being thanked by my children, without reminding them, was a sign that I had taught my children manners well.


Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 난 한국어를 가르쳐본 경험이 많습니다.

I'm experienced in teaching Korean.
A:
I have a lot of experience in teaching Korean.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 学生に英語を教えています I’m teaching English to students?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I am good at teaching but in the form of one on one lesson or private tutorial form." How should I summarize it to be able to write in bullet form? (For enrollment form purposes)
A: Maybe *tutored Japanese one-to-one. it has a more one-on-one idea
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? am I tiring you on teaching?
A: I would say, "Am I wearing you out with all my teaching?" Or if you mean that they find your teaching uninteresting, you could say, "Is my teaching boring you?"

Other questions about "Teaching"

Q: The teaching way of this English center is very different from others. Does this sound natural?
A: You should say "method" instead of "way" because it sounds more formal.
Q: Thank you for teaching me. Does this sound natural?
A: If you wanted to sound more casual, you could say, "Thanks for teaching me", and if you wanted to sound more formal, you could say, "Thank you for taking your time to teach me".

Your version sounds slightly formal, so you could use it with a teacher. A close friend might prefer the "thanks" version, though. ;-)
Q: Thank you for your teaching my poor English, at least you let me feel English is interested. Does this sound natural?
A: 'Thank you for helping me with my English' or 'thank you for teaching me English' would be better. Also, it's better to say 'you make me feel like...'.
Q: -I thought a teaching job would be the best way for me to get used to english.
I taught students at the age of 6 to 11.
I also designed lessons that are utilizing game.

-I began to prepare to go to america

-There was some problems in my family.

-One thing that i know was i want to work across the world/around the world with my ability.

-I found it's a huge company than i expected and for a moment it made me feel a little bit small but it turned out how proud would i be of myself if i become a part of this company. But actually it would be the same for me even if the company is small, because I would just be proud of myself speaking two languages, working with new people from all over the world and growing a professional individual through great and sometimes tough experiences.

It's a few parts of my job interview. Please correct me!


Does this sound natural?
A: A few mistakes:

"I taught students FROM AGES 6 to 11."

"I also designed lessons UTILIZING games."

"There WERE some problems in my family."

"One thing I know IS that I want to work AROUND the world with my ability."

"I found OUT THAT it's a BIGGER company than I expected and for a moment it made me feel a little bit small. I WOULD BE SO proud of myself if I BECAME a part of this company, whether big or small. I would be proud speaking two languages, working with new people from all over the world and growing professionally as an individual through great and sometimes tough experiences."

I rewrote it to sound more natural!
Q: Thank you for teaching me beyond the time! Does this sound natural?
A: Beyond the time is not a common phrase
But the meaning is understood

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