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    worked a teacher

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    In 1998 he returned to the world of EFL and worked a teacher, course director, director of studies, UCLES examiner and teacher trainer at schools and universities in China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Lebanon and Oman.

    Is this sentence correct without "as" after worked?

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    Re: worked a teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    About Gramorak
    In 1998 he returned to the world of EFL and worked a teacher, course director, director of studies, UCLES examiner and teacher trainer at schools and universities in China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Lebanon and Oman.

    Is this sentence correct without "as" after worked?
    No.

    Thanks - I must now get back to that site and correct my mistake.

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