lessonnoun

  • ja学課、課業
  • ensomething that is intended to be learned

Examples

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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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Rosa!
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Watching you try to open that door
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and fail again and again and again and again was inspiring!
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I was trying to teach you a lesson,
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and instead, you taught me a lesson.
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Great, what lesson is that?
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There is nothing the human spirit cannot overcome.
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Looking good out there, Mrs. Wheeler.
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Thank you.
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Perfect form.
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Well, your form is amazing.
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I'm sorry, I mean, I've seen you teaching.
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Lessons.
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Swimming lessons.
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You know I could teach you, if you like.
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This is the exact spot that Vulko gave me my first swimming lesson.
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I already know how to swim.
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Not even close.
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Welcome to our living room.
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Here's a piano.
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I didn't take lessons so I'm bad.
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No, he's okay, he's better than me.
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Kinda like that.