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How Do You Spell TEACH?

Correct spelling for the English word "teach" is [t_ˈiː_tʃ], [tˈiːt͡ʃ], [tˈiːt‍ʃ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for TEACH

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Definition of TEACH

  1. (taught pron. tawt). Enable or cause(person &c. to do) by instruction& training, as t. him to swim, dog was taught to beg, misfortune has taught him to be thankful for small mercies, this(punishment) will t. you to speak the truth, (colloq.) I will t. him(not) to meddle in my affairs; give lessons at school or elsewhere in or on(subject, game, instrument, &c., to person, or w. double object), as taught him Greek, teaches Greek for a living, teaches the violin, t. me bridge, was never taught music, music was never taught to a more unwilling pupil, it is time the boy was taught something; give instruction to, educate; explain, show, state by way of instruction, (fact &c., how, that, &c., to person or w. double obj.), as taught that we must forgive our enemies, I was taught that two sides of a triangle were greater than the third, was taught otherwise, was never taught this, who taught you that?. Hence teacher, teachership, nn. [old English]

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Usage Examples for TEACH

  1. You teach 'um all sam' white man, eh? - "If Any Man Sin" by H. A. Cody
  2. Maybe teach a course or two? - "O+F" by John Moncure Wetterau

What does teach stand for?

Abbreviation TEACH means:

  1. To Encourage And Challenge Homemakers
  2. Transportation Equity And Community Health

Conjugate verb Teach

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have taught
you would have taught
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CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been teaching
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CONDITIONAL PRESENT

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CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

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FUTURE

I will teach
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FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be teaching
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FUTURE PERFECT

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FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been teaching
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IMPERATIVE

you teach
we let´s teach

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to teach

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was teaching
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PAST PARTICIPLE

taught

PAST PERFECT

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PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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PRESENT

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am teaching
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PRESENT PARTICIPLE

teaching

PRESENT PERFECT

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PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it teach

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