learnverb

  • ja学ぶ、身に付ける
  • ento gain knowledge or skill by studying, memorizing, training, or practicing

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Oh, Zac wanted to show you how he learned how to play guitar.
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I taught him how to play guitar.
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I got my first guitar lesson from Taylor.
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He's really good at it for 1 lesson.
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- It's really great. - One lesson?
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He had 1 lesson and he's good at it.
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And I taught him how to play 'Pumped Up Kicks' by Foster the People.
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That was his first slide rule.
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He carried it with him all over preschool.
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And then I learned to do trigonometric functions in my head like a big boy.
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You inherit too much power.
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You have proven you can rule yourself.
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Now you must learn to rule others.
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Something none of your ancestors learned.
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You've made me a better cop.
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You've made me a better person.
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I've learned so much from you.
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You need to learn your enemy's strengths and strategies.
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You need to learn which of your friends are not your friends.
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I didn’t know English.
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Oh, I see and now you do?
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Yes, I learned this afternoon from television.
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It's wonderful.
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Fire not real.
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This was merely a training exercise.
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So, what have we learned?