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    of or in?

    If I want to thank some people (the teachers) in a course, should I say "thanks to the teachers of the course" or "in the course"? Also, is the use of teacher appropriate, or is it better to say, for example, staff or some other word?

    Thanks for help!

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    Re: of or in?

    Here are a few suggestions:

    Thank you to the course tutors.
    Thanks to the course teachers.
    Thanks to all the staff who made the course so enjoyable.

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    Re: of or in?

    Thanks, but what about the of or in part? What if I write the sentence that way?

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    Re: of or in?

    If you really want to use that construction, then I would say "The teachers of the course" but I don't particularly like how that sounds.

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