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    Is the word "regarding" in this sentence already grammatically correct?

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    He is portrayed as a hypocritical person especially regarding his occupation as a clergyman, because when he was young he had ever purchased Mrs. Warren’s service who worked as a prostitute at the time.

    I am wondering how to use correct "regarding/regarding to" because as many sources I have read they seems just the same. Thanks.

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    Re: Is the word "regarding" in this sentence already grammatically correct?

    I can't think of situation in which 'regarding to' would be appropriate.

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