reteach

reteach

(ˌriːˈtiːtʃ)
vb (tr)
(Education) to teach again

reteach


Past participle: retaught
Gerund: reteaching

Imperative
reteach
reteach
Present
I reteach
you reteach
he/she/it reteaches
we reteach
you reteach
they reteach
Preterite
I retaught
you retaught
he/she/it retaught
we retaught
you retaught
they retaught
Present Continuous
I am reteaching
you are reteaching
he/she/it is reteaching
we are reteaching
you are reteaching
they are reteaching
Present Perfect
I have retaught
you have retaught
he/she/it has retaught
we have retaught
you have retaught
they have retaught
Past Continuous
I was reteaching
you were reteaching
he/she/it was reteaching
we were reteaching
you were reteaching
they were reteaching
Past Perfect
I had retaught
you had retaught
he/she/it had retaught
we had retaught
you had retaught
they had retaught
Future
I will reteach
you will reteach
he/she/it will reteach
we will reteach
you will reteach
they will reteach
Future Perfect
I will have retaught
you will have retaught
he/she/it will have retaught
we will have retaught
you will have retaught
they will have retaught
Future Continuous
I will be reteaching
you will be reteaching
he/she/it will be reteaching
we will be reteaching
you will be reteaching
they will be reteaching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reteaching
you have been reteaching
he/she/it has been reteaching
we have been reteaching
you have been reteaching
they have been reteaching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reteaching
you will have been reteaching
he/she/it will have been reteaching
we will have been reteaching
you will have been reteaching
they will have been reteaching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reteaching
you had been reteaching
he/she/it had been reteaching
we had been reteaching
you had been reteaching
they had been reteaching
Conditional
I would reteach
you would reteach
he/she/it would reteach
we would reteach
you would reteach
they would reteach
Past Conditional
I would have retaught
you would have retaught
he/she/it would have retaught
we would have retaught
you would have retaught
they would have retaught
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We need to teach our children, and reteach ourselves, that facts are facts.
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With the language barrier, I had to deal with over there, you had to teach and reteach and teach again.
Furthermore, Jesus' oral communication techniques ensured that everyone could not only learn but also then reteach what was learned (55-56).
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What you're needing to reteach can be done right there in that class session.
They are not lawyers; you are not trying to reteach law school.
Freed from whole-class instruction by the technology, Short has time to reteach concepts to individual students or small groups.
ASU 2014-09 will affect many financial professionals and companies around the world, as they will have to relearn the processes and reteach their teams.