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    With regrads to or With regard to?

    Which is correct:

    With regards to... or

    With regard to...

    Thank you very much!

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    Re: With regrads to or With regard to?

    Quote Originally Posted by daddyjohn View Post
    Which is correct:

    With regards to... or

    With regard to...

    Thank you very much!
    with regard to

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    Re: With regrads to or With regard to?

    The problem is that it's also OK to say 'as regards' (in which 'regards' is a verb, not a noun), and the two often get mixed together; some (including me) see this as a mistake.

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