In English-speaking countries, K-12 teachers are not usually addressed as "teacher." Instead, a title of respect, followed by the person's first or last name, is used. For example, a teacher whose name was Mary Lopez might be addressed as "Miss Lopez" (if she were unmarried), "Mrs. Lopez" (if she were married), or even "Miss Mary."
buenos días, profesorphrase
a. good morning, professor (university)
Buenos días, profesor. - Buenos días a todos. Saquen sus libros de matemáticas, por favor.Good morning, professor. - Good morning everybody. Please take out your math books.
Buenos días, profesor. ¿Cómo está?Good morning, teacher. How are you?
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