Taught English to kids/Taught kids English
According to an English-Japanese Dictionary published in Japan,
1. She taught kids English. (implies that the kids acquired English.)
2. She taught English to kids. (does not imply whether the kids acquired English or not.)
There is no difference if the sentences are in present tense.
She teaches kids English = She teaches English to kids
Is the above true?
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