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    Post regards/regard

    when should I use 'with regards to' and 'with regard to' ?

    please explain.

    thank you.

    when should I use regarding?
    Last edited by mamen; 24-Sep-2009 at 01:39.

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    Re: regards/regard

    Quote Originally Posted by mamen View Post
    when should I use 'with regards to' and 'with regard to' ?

    please explain.

    thank you.

    when should I use regarding?
    With regard to - 'regard' is a noun.)
    As regards - 'regards' is a verb

    With regards to - 'regards' is a chimera. Unfortunately, I hear this version more and more - and to this extent, some observers may regard it as standard. If I were you, I wouldn't use it in an exam; being me, I don't use it at all.

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