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Hi guys,

Im kinda confused with this word.
when do we use ragarding to and with regard to.
are they both the same meaning?

Could you guys give me examples how to use this word?

thanks.
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The options are "with regard to" and "regarding" ("regarding to" is wrong).

As far as I can think, these are interchangeable (when used in the sense you are talking about):

"With regard to your recent letter, I would like to ..."

"Regarding your recent letter, I would like to ..."
Why is "regarding to" wrong?

could you please explain it? Since I have heard alot people use "regarding to"
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Henry.kWhy is "regarding to" wrong?

could you please explain it? Since I have heard alot people use "regarding to"

Can you give a few examples of this?
I'm calling reagarding to my bla bla bla...

Do you guys thing this is correct?
Henry.k
I'm calling reagarding to my bla bla bla...

Do you guys thing this is correct?

To me it sounds wrong.
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To me as well.
Should it be "I'm calling with regard to my bla bla bla"
I always use "regarding to" even if I know it is wrong. just I like to use it
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