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    Question as far as,regarding,concerning,as for...

    Hi, I don't know exactly the meaning or when I can used...as far as, regarding,concerning, as for... żare any rules about how can I use them?
    thanks
    antonianton


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    Re: as far as,regarding,concerning,as for...

    Quote Originally Posted by ANTONIANTON View Post
    Hi, I don't know exactly the meaning or when I can used...as far as, regarding,concerning, as for... żare any rules about how can I use them?
    thanks
    antonianton
    Welcome to the forums.

    As far as = to the degree or extent that [something] . "As far as[I can tell], he speaks English very well"/"He has written a wonderful book, as far as [I can judge]"..

    regarding and concerning are interchangeable = with regard to; "Regarding/concerning his skills, we can recommend him highly".

    As for = with regard to. "As for John, he is busy that day so will not come"/" As for the country's foreign policies, not everyone is agreed on them".

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