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Hi, your input would be most appreciated.

Is it grammatically correct to say "With regards to the toy cat, it’s too realistic for my liking." or is it "In regards to..."?
Thanks,
Cami
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With regards to the toy cat, it’s too realistic for my liking." or is it "In regards to..."?

It should be 'with regard to' and 'in regard to'.

If you use 'regards', it should be 'As regards".
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Hi Lait can you please explain why with regards or in regards is wrong grammatically
Big thanks for your help, Yoong Liat!
Kind regards,
Cami
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Hi Lait can you please explain why with regards or in regards is wrong grammatically
It's standard usage.
However, how do we decide which one of them is more appropriate ??? or is it that no matter what the content of senetnce or hoiw it is constructed, both of them can be applied ?
How few Americans know the difference. "In regards" is vulgar and incorrect.
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