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Vice Versa

August 2014
Spot the Error

Despite Stuart’s best efforts to create a positive working relationship with Jackie, it isn’t to be. He simply does not like her and visa-versa.

It doesn’t matter whether you pronounce it VYS VERS-uh or VYS-i VERS-uh—and you’ll hear it both ways out there—the correct spelling of the Latin term is always vice versa. No hyphen and no rhyming “a” at the end of the first word.

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