"Respectful to his teacher" is correct.
No, you can say 1.Working as a teacher 2.As I work as a teacher
She explained the situation to her teather. She explained that situation to her teacher.
Yes, it is grammatically correct. However, my preference is to say "The teacher" rather than using only "Teacher", which uses "Teacher" the way you would use a proper name, like "James". So I would say, "The teacher asked Nicole and you to bring the books." It is also correct to say, "The teacher asked you and Nicole to bring the books."
this is grammatically incorrect: 'does he a teacher' is stating that he 'does' a teacher. there is no such usage in correct English other than that of slang, and would imply a sexual connotation.
Depends upon the context of the sentence it is used in.
Either the teacher or the students ARE to blame for the fire.It would be 'is' if 'students' was in the singular in the sentence (student).
8 times. I already told you that: that that "that" (that "that" that that teacher used) was grammatically correct.
i think that either one is ok, im asking my English teacher at school that one!
If you are a high school teacher, you should be able to write a grammatically correct complete sentence, which the above one, is not!
be quiet and respectful of your teacher
to be respectful to your teacher and not brake the rules
Tu-youor usted-to be respectful like for a teacher or adult