define: instruct # teach: impart skills or knowledge to # give instructions or directions for some task # make aware of
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You can construct, you can destruct, and/or you can tell someone else how to do it and instruct.
To tell somebody how.
Beyond the definition, which is fairly obvious in context, I prefer the ORIGIN.instructWord History * Date of Origin 15th c. The -struct of instruct occurs also in construction, destruction, structure, etc. It comes from the past participle of Latin struere ‘build’. In the case of instruct, combination with the prefix in- produced instruere ‘build, prepare, equip, teach’, whose past participle stem instruct- formed the basis of the English verb. See also construct, destroy, instrument, structurehttp://www.word-origins.com/definition/instruct.html
The OP's profile says that they live in Lagos, Nigeria. It is quite possible that English is not their first language.