i have some question here,
the other day i was writing a journal about how teachers apply different rules to students depending what mood they're in at the moment, and i was saying "teachers may find a trivial mistake of students very reprimandable or some unacceptable mischief simply nothing" but i was wondering if i can delete the phrase starting from "or" and say "and vice versa".
can you explain this please?
thanks always, and have a good one.
Re: vice versa?
Here are a few examples from the British National Corpus:
1 I think dancers can teach actors a lot and vice versa.
2 protestant and catholic, with the catholic population drifting westwards and vice versa.
3 More commuters actually go from London to Reading to work than vice versa.
Can you see a difference between them and your sentence? ;-)
(Source: [DAVIES/BYU] British National Corpus )
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