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learn something again, as after having forgotten or neglected it

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Project spokeswoman Karen Murphy said: "The scheme is aimed at people aged 65 and over who want to live at home and are physically able to but have lost confidence and need to relearn tasks for daily living.
"Even though they had forgotten, they retained some memory, because they relearned much more quickly," Alkon says.
"Even if the language is forgotten (or feels this way) after many years of disuse, leftover traces of the early exposure can manifest themselves as an improved ability to relearn the language," said the authors.
It is a treat to relearn subjects once studied in high school and college, especially if it involves reviewing old novels and finding out how much we missed in the first reading.
The 40-year-old Arizona Democrat congresswoman will have to relearn how to think and plan and it is unclear if she is able to speak or how well she can see.
Obese kids were eating extremely fast and had to relearn normal behaviour."
This ``one step back, two steps forward'' pattern could help the birds to consolidate their vocal abilities while giving themselves the chance to relearn song sequences, the study published in Nature magazine found.
elation, confidence, enthusiasm, but they may have to relearn another if this current run continues .
The Nottingham-based surgeon added, 'Enjoyable but repetitive things will help him to relearn skills.
Sam's had to relearn lines after Spielberg changed the plot of the film.
"I had to relearn how to walk and talk, and I still really struggle with my speech."
Joseph Varghese In the rapidly changing education scenario, the 2019 summit of the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) will be held from November 19 to 21 under the theme 'UnLearn, ReLearn: What it means to be Human'.
Molineux, who dislocated her shoulder at a training session with her state side Victoria, feels that she does not have to relearn things which is a 'massive bonus' for her.
"It meant I basically had to relearn the whole thing.
Duterte to the Court of Appeals (or, heaven forbid, to the Supreme Court!) because of his loyalty, Calida and Guevarra (never mind that he is supposed to be a bar topnotcher) should not only go back to law school and relearn jurisprudence, but to pre-law and relearn Logic 101.