Why isn't "elle vous enseigne a lire" correct?
Unlike "apprendre", "enseigner" needs a noun as an object:
Elle vous enseigne la lecture
Elle vous apprend à lire
In general, "enseigner" is used for teaching in general (like "I teach for a living") or for teaching a particular subject (like "I teach French to teenagers"), whereas "apprendre" is used more for teaching a skill, like in this case, reading.
Why not 'elle vous apprendez à lire.'?
The subject being "elle", the conjugaison for a 3rd person singular subject is "apprend".
Please learn the full conjugation of the verb "apprendre" in present:
Hi. why not "elle t'apprendre á lire" Maybe it's accepted bu tI forgot the á?
"Elle t'apprend à lire" is accepted.
Note: You have to conjugate apprendre to go with the subject, elle.
Only the second verb, lire, is left in the infinitive.
Doesn't 'lire' already mean 'to read'? Why is the 'à' required?