In this video, learn advanced English vocabulary and learn how to use "regarding", "in regard to" and "as regards".
"Regarding", "in regard to" and "as regards" have the same meaning. They are a formal way of saying "about".
"Regarding" is the most commonly used.
If you use "in regard to" make sure you don't say "in regards to". There is no "s" on "regard". This is a common mistake that even native speakers make.
And if you use '"as regards" make sure there is an "s" on "regards" and there's no preposition "to".
In terms of sentence structure, "regarding", "in regard to" and "as regards" can be followed by a noun or a gerund verb.
By the end of the video, you'll feel confident using "regarding", "in regard to" and "as regards" in your advanced English vocabulary.
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