well-taught

well-taught

adj (well taught when postpositive)
having been shown, tutored, or instructed in a successful manner
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Well-taught drama students understand how to communicate clearly in person - an absolutely essential life skill."
What little remains of well-taught rules of grammar no longer familiar in the mouth of a familiar become foreign-- a mouth cleaved from her occupied flesh, which she'd fed one tongue, circumstance another-- is present perfect, past conditional.
"They're well-taught, and they were fighting off pitches and fighting off pitches."
"From what I saw (during his mitts session), he (Gonzalez) perfectly throw his punches and that means he is well-taught," said Ancajas, one of just two Filipino world champions at the moment apart from Donnie Nietes.
She was the ilaw ng tahanan (light of the home) who kept the house clean, the garden beautiful and the family well-fed, well-clothed and well-taught.
In sum, well-taught and freewheeling discussion courses are the essence of, perhaps even a microcosm of, what the best college-level experience can be: a chance--heavily subsidized by society, it bears noting--to work together to confront, delve deeply into, and debate essential questions about various aspects of the human experience.
A well-taught course will provide a novice shooter with the all-important foundational skills.
And just like a book on a library shelf, they can be useful to a curious passerby thumbing through a few pages--or they can be the centerpiece to a well-taught course.
Today's change of focus, steering children towards the third-rate, rather than the first-rate, replaces quality learning --a whole wonderful world open to those applying themselves--and lucky enough to be well-taught.
"ABP is a very improved and well-taught out programme.