A question about using Vice versa


New Member
Finnish - Stadi
Hi, can i use 'vice versa' in a sentence "I assume they'd do the same for me, were the situation vice versa" or should i use "the other way around" or "the opposite"?

Help, thanks!
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    I prefer "the other way around" in that sentence, AM. "Vice versa" seems odd at the end of the sentence.

    "Reversed" with this meaning is also common in talk about situations: ...same for me if the situation were reversed.


    Senior Member
    USA, English
    I would use "reversed".

    "I assume they'd do the same for me, if the situation was reversed" .
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