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I found this: (https://goo.gl/CBMnZo )
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Adam is considered to be a good teacher. — Adam is thought to be a good teacher.

Adam is considered as a good teacher. — We have treated Adam as if he is a good teacher.
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After I read it, I still cannot understand what’s the difference between the two sentences.

Would you be so kind as to tell me in a clearer or easier way?
Thanks!

PS I also posted the same question on this , but all of your answers are unique to me. Hope we can discuss with each other. Thank you.

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Adam is considered to be a good teacher. Commonly said.

Adam is a good teacher. Very commonly said.

Adam is considered as a good teacher. Not commonly said. I'd have to think a moment about the meaning, if someone said this to me.