Do in regards to and regarding to imply different meanings or is it okay to use them interchangeably?
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I would say these are correct:
I honestly have never seen this use:
"In regards to" is a common error, but an error nonetheless. "In regard to" is correct. The "s" would be stuck onto "regard" only if you are saying "as regards," which is a correct alternative.
"With regard to" is also correct.
"Regarding to" is incorrect; "regarding" is all you need to say.
The "auto-correct" is correcting you becuase "in regards to" is grammatically incorrect. The word "regards" should only be utilized in the sense of sending one's regards. For example, "-I'm flying to Florida to see my family tomorrow" "-Oh, send them my regards"
However in the sense of "pertaining to," the correct word is "regard" and the correct phrase is "in regard to" (without an "s")
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