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Hi! this a question I have to do:
I want to connect two sentences, the first one states a desire, and the second one states that the first one will happen only if some requirements are met.
I am not sure about what connector shall I use (I'm thinking of "regarding" as a conector)

Here are the two sentences:
We could start an academic relationship (only if) I am accepted by the University.

I wonder if I can do something like this:
"We could start an academic relationship regarding my acceptance to the university"

Thanks for your help.
jesse.

"May the force be with you"
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Hello Jesse

'If I'm accepted by the university, we can start an academic relationship.'
'As long as I'm accepted by the university, we can start...'
'We could start an academic relationship, upon my being accepted by the university.'
'We could start an academic relationship, once I'm accepted by the university.'

Think I'd choose #4 myself.

MrP
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As far as I know "regarding to" doesn't mean "if only", as you metioned. Probably you may use something like "...provided that I..."
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