Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2015 01:44 pm
Many decades ago, when I was still a student, our teacher gave us a paragraph and it used to in the blank:

-Kindly regard __ all the information above.

First I'm not sure whether using to after regard as a verb is OK; second, using regard in a imperative way sounds wrong to me. What do you think?
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Reply Sat 12 Dec, 2015 02:42 pm
sounds wrong to me
Me too

WB, if "to" was intended, then I might've writ, "Kindly take regard to...."


Or even better, "of"
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