In English-speaking countries, K-12 teachers are not usually addressed as "teacher" (sense shown in 1). 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."
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. hola, maestro (masculine)
Hello, teacher. What are we doing today?Hola, maestro. ¿Qué hacemos hoy?
b. hola, maestra (feminine)
Hello, teacher. - Good morning, class!Hola, maestra. - ¡Buenos días, alumnos!
c. hola, profesor (masculine)
Hello, teacher. Can I talk to you about the homework?Hola, profesor. ¿Podemos hablar de los deberes?
d. hola, profesora (feminine)
Hello, teacher. How are you today?Hola, profesora. ¿Cómo está hoy?
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