What is the distinguishing difference between " in the case of " and "in terms of " and can you give me some examples?
In the sentence "The amount of fruit in fruit juices must be 6% in the case of berries and 10% in the case of other fruits" Can we use in terms of instead of in the case of ?
For Chinese mind, the sentence"It's too early to start talking in terms of casualties " is equal to "It is too early to start talking casualties." Can you tell me the differences of the two sentence?
What is the meaning of this sentence-"Femininity is still defined in terms of beauty."?
And can "in terms of " in the following sentence be replaced by "with regard to" or "about"?
Did the experiment find any differences in terms of what children learned?
Thanks and best regards!
Last edited by sky753; 29-Mar-2007 at 03:15.
in the case of = when it comes to
in terms of = with relation to