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    #1

    Cool Could you please tell me

    Which is correct?
    1.I consider him a teacher
    2.I consider him as a teacher

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    #2

    Re: Could you please tell me

    Both are correct. You could also say "I consider him to be a teacher."
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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    #3

    Re: Could you please tell me

    NOT A TEACHER

    I'm pretty sure both are right but have different meanings.
    1 means that you consider that he is a teacher.
    2 means that either you have consideration for him as he is a good teacher or that you being a teacher consider him.

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