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I think the natural way to call them is based on the context: when I mention them as an author of a paper, then X is fine, but when mentioning them as my future advisor, then I should call them Prof. However, I'm worried that will make inconsistent in calling their name. Also, can I only mention their title at the first time and just writing the name for the rest? Moreover, in my situation, X has retired and recommend Y who is from outside the Professor Inc.
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So, I agree with Jonas's comment that you should use "Prof. In Professor Inc. - Basic Purpose (File) social settings, I have only seen last name-based communication in sport teams my coach called us by last name, and more than usual we teammates referred to each other with last nameand when someone particularly requested me to do so e.
In academia, referring to someone with last name usually implies you do not personally know that person, not even by the 2nd degree. If I were to refer to a teacher in my school whom I do not know, I'd still say something like, "Hi, this is my friend John, he studies with Prof. Buddy" Professor Inc. - Basic Purpose (File) I don't know the professor Dreams (Breakdown Mix) - Gabrielle - Dreams. One of the exceptions would be when a possessive is involved, like "Buddy's laboratory" or "The Dumbledore's Army.
When I refer to someone more remote, the last name method is usually used, e. Sick stuff. Kardashian or Dr. John Tukey. And yet, if I get to speak to a former student of John Tukey's, I would perhaps ask "So, how was it like studying with Dr. As for worrying about repetition, out of all possible grammatically annoying repetitions, this is nothing worth concerning. In fact, it's more annoying to read a letter from a student who sometimes refers to the same person as "Prof.
Y" and then flips to "Y. I'd conclude that, yes, it is a big mess. English itself comes with plenty of odd rules and exceptions. Compounded with cultural practices and manners it can be confusing.
It's not my primary language and the only way to get around it would be to listen and read more. And if you need to pick one in a Professor Inc. - Basic Purpose (File), err on the more polite and formal expression.
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Otherwise I'd say, the easiest way to avoid this problem is to avoid mentioning names over and over again. Instead of saying "working with Prof X would be awesome" you can say " Working in X group at Yes, the article for an acronym is determined by how it's spoken. This rule does not hold if the acronym is said as a word, e.
I would not treat Y differently just because he does not mention his title in emails. If he is entitled to the same title than X, he should be treated as X.
Even if he is not because he is not making fuss of his title, he might be quite upset not being treated as his colleague. Much better to write always "Prof. Ooker" and never "Ooker". Also, from experience it is much Professor Inc. - Basic Purpose (File) to have always "Prof. Just try to read recommendations letters in a row and you will understand why. But we usually refer to an author with their last name.
If I have refer to them as an author then later a prospective advisor Professor Inc. - Basic Purpose (File), do I have to use their title? Ooker, produce the different versions, and seek advice from native speakers on which version appears to be the most natural. I personally think since you already knew the professor and should appear to be very I Wanna Be Your Hero - Clarence Clemons - Hero to work with this person, distancing yourself from the said professor by calling the last name sounds unnatural.
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