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    #1

    Usage

    Hi, i was confused on the usage of these phrases:
    I wanna know what is the difference among:

    With regards to, with regard to, as regard to, In regards to, regarding to

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    #2

    Re: Usage

    With regards to
    with regard to
    as regard to Never heard where I live
    In regards to
    regarding to Never heard where I live

    The three that I have not objected to are synonymous in my opinion, as is "as regards".

    Since this website is about teaching and learning correct English, you should not use expressions like "I wanna" here.

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