Everyday English- Regardless

Everyday English for Today’s People
Please, please, please! There is no such word as ‘Irregardless’. Flee from such ‘dictionaries’ that say there’s such a word.                          The word is ‘Regardless’.
Eg. 1. She managed to eat all the meals irregardless of the fact that she was full.😡❌
2. She managed to eat all the meals regardless of the fact that she was full.😊✔️
Lovely day 😊
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©Adwoa A Akuamoah.

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