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    #1

    'in terms of' and 'with regard to'

    'in terms of' When we speak in this way, using these kinds of terms.
    eg In terms of computer skills, his programming and website design abilities are excellent.

    'with regard to' When we look at something.
    eg With regard to this problem, we need a solution by Friday.


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    Re: 'in terms of' and 'with regard to'

    thanks

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    Re: 'in terms of' and 'with regard to'

    Quote Originally Posted by ackeiyword View Post
    'in terms of' When we speak in this way, using these kinds of terms.
    eg In terms of computer skills, his programming and website design abilities are excellent.

    'with regard to' When we look at something.
    eg With regard to this problem, we need a solution by Friday.
    Do you have a ouestion?

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