all the rest

petalito

Senior Member
Colombia - Spanish
In the following sentence. What is the best option?

You must treat her as all the rest of your students
You must treat her as the rest of your students
You must treat her as all of your students

It seems to me that they mean the same. Is there any difference?
 
  • bibliolept

    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    I prefer "as the rest of your students," but it still sounds odd.

    Note that I think "treat her as you treat/do the rest of your students" is a highly idiomatic phrasing.
     
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