in terms of benefits or when it comes to benefits.

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brown poodle

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korean
I am always confused between in terms of and when it comes to . For example, when you want to discuss both advantages of disadvantages of mobile phones, what is correct?

In terms of benefits, mobile phones allow people to have access to the internet at any time. or
When it comes to benefits, mobile phones allow ..................................................
 
  • PaulQ

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    UK
    English - England
    in terms of X = in/with reference to X; if we examine only X then ...
    When it (= the subject/topic) comes to X = on the subject/topic of X
     
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