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learn

(lĕrn)
To gain knowledge, understanding, or skill through study or practice.
[O.E. leornian]
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For this condition to suffice as a language-specific condition, it is inevitably formulated as a surface-true and hence a supposedly learnable condition.
It is an illusive but learnable skill which helps make the impossible, possible.
Tactics are learnable and can be honed by practice.
Most view good listening habits as a kind of inbred politeness or a naturally sympathetic character as opposed to a learnable skill.
Most people who have done it agree that selling is a learnable skill.
Here 'language' and 'literature' become metaphorical, with the potential for the creation of new meaning contained in any current, actual language -- and the greater its literature the greater its potential -- being the analogue for the set of learnable conventions and meanings of all the rest.
The author of this book views drawing as a learnable skill.
The system is learnable within a couple of hours, the company says.
reinforce 'on task' behaviour by using contingent music, or through breaking down a musical task into smaller learnable component parts, to assist learning.
Of the learnable, I would say nothing is more important than history and literature, which together should account for roughly half of a would-be reporter's undergraduate education.
Basic concepts of optimality conditions and numerical methods are described with simple and practical examples, making the material highly teachable and learnable.
This year's grant allowed BridgingApps to work in collaboration with Memorial Hermann Health System's University Place Retirement Community where they began to capture information on what training works/does not work, what aspects of technology are learnable depending on the medical condition of the client and how to help seniors define achievable goals using mobile devices.