[tlhIngan Hol] this is killing me I need to ask
sboozer at uchicago.edu
Thu Oct 14 09:00:05 PDT 2021
Both are correct. See https://www.grammarbook.com/homonyms/in-regards-to-with-regards-to.asp
However many people say “regarding”, especially when reading out *in re*in emails, letters , legal decisions, and so on. Reading It aloud in Latin is felt by some to be pretentious if not elitist, especially these days.
From: tlhIngan-Hol <tlhingan-hol-bounces at lists.kli.org> On Behalf Of mayqel qunen'oS
You're a native American. In your everyday speech with your wife, friends, etc, do you say "with regard" or "with regards"?
('amerI'qa'nganna' SoH. qaStaHvIS Hoch jaj yIn, be'nallI'vaD juppu'lI'vaD latlh(pu')vaD joq bIjatlhtaHvIS, < with regard > bIjatlh'a'? pagh <with regards > bIjatlh'a'?)
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