I'm writing regarding Or I'm writing with regard


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Are the sentences below both correct?
" I'm writing regarding your purchase. Or
I'm writing with regard to your purchase. "

Thank you
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I don't think the first sentence is wrong, but I'd say the second is a lot more common and sounds a lot better.

    I think it's the two consecutive '---ing' words that make it sound awkward and inelegant.


    Senior Member
    UK English
    If you don't want two successive words ending in -ing, you can say I'm writing you/to you regarding ... [writing you is AE.]

    (With regard to is the same as In regard to.)
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