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The use of 'as to' and 'regarding'



 
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The use of 'as to' and 'regarding' #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 16, 2008 19:48 pm   The use of 'as to' and 'regarding'
 

Hi

Would you say that 'as to', 'regarding' and 'about' carry the same meaning here?

Quote:
There was a big problem as to who was going to clean the mess.

There was a big problem about who was going to clean the mess.

There was a big problem regarding who was going to clean the mess.

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The use of 'as to' and 'regarding' #2 (permalink) Fri Oct 17, 2008 1:25 am   The use of 'as to' and 'regarding'
 

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Yes, I'd say so, Tom.
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