Which one is correct when writing to your professor?
Which one is correct when writing a letter from a student to a professor?
“Suit your expectations as a student”
“Suit year expectations as a teach”
The second choice is “Suit your expectations as a teacher”
- Kitty82Lv 71 month ago
"Suit your expectations as a teacher", or "suit your expectations of a student". The professor, as a teacher, has expectations of students.
- ZirpLv 71 month ago
neither?? What does it mean? what is the context?
- Karen LLv 71 month ago
The second one isn't correct in any circumstance. The first one might be, depending what you're trying to say.
- LaurieLv 71 month ago
Well, if They are his/her expectations, they are not expectations of a student; they are the expectations OF the teacher, FOR the student.
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- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
the first one sounds better