How is the action of being guided called? For example by a teacher? The actual action of being taught and directed?
I've looked up that guidance means a bit different thing. At first, I wrote "I have a very good guidance" (meaning that I have a good teacher to guide me), then I realised that this word doesn't actually mean what I need. So, how is it called?
- Anonymous5 months ago
Instructor, coach, trainer
- CaraLv 75 months ago
Training for most sports, including tennis, is given not by a teacher but by a coach. What they offer is not guidance, but coaching. "I have a very good coach" would be the usual way of expressing what you mean.
- Lib.rare.ianLv 75 months ago
By the way, your example sentence is incorrect. It should read "I have very good guidance", or, alternatively, "I have a very good guide."