The sentence is,
The English teacher jumps across the room with a large stick.
Does it mean the English teacher really jumped from one position to another position?
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One finds it difficult to say, given so little context. It could mean that the English teacher actually jumped from one point to another. But more frequently hyperbolic sentences like that are figurative; it is likely to mean "moves rapidly", as often expressed with verb "springs" instead of "jumps".