Could you please explain tocar fits into one of the rules. Is it her turn to get the strict teachers?
Siempre me tocan los profesores estrictos.
In this sentence using tocar idiomatically:
I always "get" strict teachers.
tocar has a specific meaning used this way. It means that a person "gets" something. This could be used in a possitive or negative way:
Siempre me tocan pasajeros charlatanes en el asiento de al lado en el avión. Yo solo quiero descansar y ellos siempre quieren charlar.
I always get chatty passengers on the seat next to me on the plane. I only want to rest and they always want to chat.
¡Qué suerte tienes! Te han tocado unos padres estupendos.
You're so lucky! You got great parents.
Me tocó la última fila y no podía ver nada.
I got the last row and I couldn't see anything.
It is talking about what you "get" by chance.
I hope it clarifies it.
If you check the lesson Tocar + Infinitive it includes the following uses:
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