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I fail to make sense of your phrase according to the definitions on http://www.thefreedictionary.com/resilient
Does 'resilient' have other meanings?
I am not a teacher.
Student or Learner
resilient to learning. Is this wording correct or make any sense?
Welcome to the forum, tom3.
Please put the phrase into a complete sentence to give us an idea of what you want it to mean.
Start every sentence with a capital letter.
For someone who is going to be a teacher you are particularly resilient to learning.
Thank you, but this doesn't tell us what you want it to mean.
Is it your own sentence or did perhaps your teacher write it on your school report?
I just need to know if the sentence I wrote makes sense. Can the phrase resilient to learning be used in a sentence at all?
Can the phrase "resilient to learning" be used in a sentence at all? Why or why not?
Resilience seems to be the wrong word. It does, however, have the general feel of pliability -- only, it has a more negative sense of resistive tension.
For a more positive sense of pliability, you might want try amenable, adaptable or receptive.
'Resistant' would make more sense.