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    The history teacher vs. history teacher

    (The) history teacher Mr Ross was trying an unusual experiment on his students. He wanted to learn about peer pressure; how it affects people and how powerful it can get.

    What do you think sounds best; with or without "the" in front of "history teacher"? Would anyone of the alternatives be incorrect?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: The history teacher vs. history teacher

    History teacher . . . .

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