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Feb 20, 2022 - 08:17 PM
él = he, and even when capitalized it keeps the accent mark.
ya = already
me enseñó = showed to me (enseñó, with the accent mark over the 'o' represents the 3rd person past tense, vs without the accent would be 1st person present tense). 'me' is an indirect object pronoun, showing that the action is somehow coming to or benefiting me.
eso = that (fuller explanation by James)
Hope that helps.