unteachable

unteachable

(ʌnˈtiːtʃəbəl)
adj
(Education) not able to be taught
Translations

unteachable

[ˈʌnˈtiːtʃəbl] ADJ [subject, syllabus] → imposible de enseñar

unteachable

adj personunbelehrbar; subjectnicht lehrbar; it is unteachable at this levelauf diesem Niveau kann man es nicht lehren

unteachable

[ʌnˈtiːtʃəbl] adj (person) → a cui è impossibile insegnare; (subject) → impossibile da insegnare
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He was extremely curious to know "from what part of the country I came, and how I was taught to imitate a rational creature; because the YAHOOS (whom he saw I exactly resembled in my head, hands, and face, that were only visible), with some appearance of cunning, and the strongest disposition to mischief, were observed to be the most unteachable of all brutes.
But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that "Uncle" had expected of her.
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His Temper was sly, sullen, reserv'd, malicious, revengeful; and withal, he was brutish, bloody, and cruel in his Disposition; he was as to manners a meer Boor, or Clown, of a Carman-like Breed; sharp as Street bred Boy must be, but ignorant and unteachable from a Child.
Further, an experimental demonstration of a method's inadequacy cannot support the interpretation that the skill is unteachable, though it is conceivable that, as with second language acquisition, there may be developmental sensitive periods in which pitch training will be most beneficial to the learner or even incapacities that may hinder acquisition.
Those in authority are frustrated trying to teach the unteachable, or govern the ungovernable.
The paucity of his formal learning suggests that the true art of poetry is unteachable, unlearnable, all the formal components that go into the making of a poem as the harmonic concordance of sound and values and insinuation.
the clinging here is so intense and widespread (democracy) the populace is literally unteachable and sees not life as sorrow" (1997, 61).
Her biggest strength is she's a really good closer and the unteachable thing that she's able to do is she can really measure out her effort in the middle stages of the race and she can figure out how to stay just close enough," Powell said.
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The shortage of training may stem in part from a tacit--and inaccurate--belief that a talent for successful school governance is unteachable, and that many of the skills are innate and just can't be taught, according to Cathy Mincberg, president of the Center for Reform of School Systems, a Texas-based nonprofit organization that provides school district governance training.