No change. Use student's book…teacher's book.
Did you order the student's book or the teacher's book of Easy English?
Reword to student book…teacher book.
Did you order the student book or the teacher book of Easy English?
Reword to for students…for teachers.
Did you order the Easy English book for students or for teachers?
Reword to student's version…teacher's version.
Did you order the student's version or the teacher's version of Easy English?
attributive – a descriptive word; modifying another noun
genitive – expresses a relationship between two nouns (positioned next to /close to each other) for example, ownership, guardianship, kinship, a trait, origin, a related part, and so on. See Genitive Meanings.
(Huddleston 5 §16.5.2)
- Huddleston, Rodney and Geoffrey K. Pullum, et al. "The correlative comparative construction." The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. Cambridge UP, 2002.
- Swan, Michael. Practical English Usage. 3rd ed., Oxford UP, 2005.
- Thank you to Farhad Hosseinabadi for bringing up this variation in wording on grammar book covers.
"Student–Teacher Books." J. Sevastopoulos, digital manipulation of stack-of-books-clipart. 10 June. 2019.