anonymous
  • anonymous
In order to change the meaning of the word teach from "to give instruction" to "to give instruction with" you would add the prefix
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jagatuba
  • jagatuba
I have no idea whatsoever. The only prefixes that I can think of that can be added to the word teach to create another valid word are un, mis, and re; unteach, reteach, and misteach, none of which mean 'to give instruction with'. When you find out the answer, please share it here.
jagatuba
  • jagatuba
Wait! What about co-teach?
wach
  • wach
I think you may be looking for the prefix 'co', which means 'with', or 'together', which would be appropriate when you're teaching with someone else.

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wach
  • wach
Haha, yeah. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
It is coteach, yes

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