To give someone or something knowledge.
Past Participle form
I teach maths, English and history at primary school.
She teaches at a nursery in Newcastle.
A: What do you teach?
B: I teach Geography at secondary school.
A: Do you enjoy it?
B: Yes, most of the time.
I taught in Doha for 2 years.
Mr. Kipling taught his children how to speak Korean.
A: I didn't know your children could cook.
B: Yes, I taught them from a young age.
A: It's so good. They'll be cooking for you soon.
B: I hope so.
I'm teaching a lesson; can you come back later?
She's teaching the children about Egypt this term.
A: What are you teaching now?
B: I'm teaching addition and subtraction.
A: Is that hard to teach?
B: Yes...it's not easy.
I have taught English in Italy, Spain and China.
She had taught four lessons on gravity before she realised that they were wrong!
A: Have you taught in a secondary school before?
B: No, I've only taught in a primary school.
A: Oh, maybe this job isn't right for you?
B: You're probably right.