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    This may be a stupid question but what do you call uni tutors?
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    Sir and Madam.
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    You address them by their name.
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    Lads and lasses.
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    (Original post by BethanyS22)
    This may be a stupid question but what do you call uni tutors?
    Your extreme Holiness
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    (Original post by BethanyS22)
    This may be a stupid question but what do you call uni tutors?

    Good question actually.

    It is more relaxed than school and fine to call lecturers by their first names.

    However I guess at older, prestigious institutions 'Sir' or 'Miss' might be appropriate in some cases.

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    Proffessor? Lol


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    "oi, you man"
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    "smart *******s"
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    Bruv, cuz, mandem, bedrim and fam
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    (Original post by BWV1007)
    Lads and lasses.
    (Original post by stefano865)
    Sir and Madam.
    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    Your extreme Holiness
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    whorace what would you call them?
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    Mostly first and second name.

    Some you felt okay calling them by their first name.

    One made a girl cry (she happened to be particularly fragile anyway but still) she called him by his first name and he was like "No call me Dr..." :lolwut: but he was clearly crippled by a superiority/inferiority complex.
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    (Original post by Infinite Potato)
    Bruv, cuz, mandem, bedrim and fam
    this.
    but what would you call the female tutors?

    i propose "bird"
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    (Original post by amen1991)
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    whorace what would you call them?
    *****es who already got degrees
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    (Original post by whorace)
    *****es who already got degrees
    for lecturers? :rofl: good one lol op meant the tutors, what would u call tutors?
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    Oi m8!
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Mostly first and second name.

    Some you felt okay calling them by their first name.

    One made a girl cry (she happened to be particularly fragile anyway but still) she called him by his first name and he was like "No call me Dr..." :lolwut: but he was clearly crippled by a superiority/inferiority complex.

    Were you there when it happened?

    Why are other people's lives more eventful than mine.

    No drama at all for me. :ahee:
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    Dr... Until they tell you otherwise
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    If they have an official title such as Dr or Professor by that followed by their surname

    if not by mr/ms/mrs followed by surname or politely as Sir
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    (Original post by amen1991)
    for lecturers? :rofl: good one lol op meant the tutors, what would u call tutors?
    I sarcastically call them Dr while asking questions I know they can't answer so they look bad to the rest of the group.
 
 
 
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