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HyunWook Park
Regarding and In terms of Do they have the same meaning? In addition, What about regarding of and regarding to? If any one of you guys can give me some example phrases, I would be very glad :) Thanks a lot in advance! Hyunwook
Jun 12, 2015 8:04 AM
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I agree with you :) In terms of your bike sounds very unnatural haha
June 12, 2015
In my opinion they are different, for example: ....regarding your bike, it was stolen. means, you are telling something related to your bike. In terms of profits, you will not find a better investment. In terms has the sound of some measurable or imaginable quantity you could here also say regarding profits, but i don't think it's a very good fit. but you can't say in terms of your bike , it's stolen. I hope it helps.
June 12, 2015
HyunWook Park
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