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  1. Anonymous

    correct use of phrase: "in regard to"

    Should "regard" always be singular - "with regard to" or "in regard to"

    for example:

    "The landscape of our business continues to change with regard"s" to integrated marketing."

  2. Frances

    Re: correct use of phrase: "in regard to"

    In this context, always in the singular. However you may also hear people say 'as regards' by which they mean 'as it concerns'. Here 'regards' is a verb in the third person singular.

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