Student or Learner
Is 'as' necessary in the following:
A car is considererd as? a vehicle.
Can I ask why you want to say it this way? A car IS a vehicle. It's not "considered to be" a vehicle.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
What about when somebody tells me to do something and I answer him:
Consider it as done!
Consider it's done!
Consider as it's done!
Am I right or there are other options?
Thank you in advance.
My variations are wrong then?
I was only interested to know whether we use 'as' with 'consider'. I know that my car-example is not the best one, though.
To make things clear:
A is considered B - fine
A is considered to be B - fine
A is considered as B - wrong
Am I right?