Grammar

I argue irrespective/irrespectively of what I do.

Which word do I choose?

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  1. I'd choose a completely different word! I'd choose "regardless."

    The sentence seems meaningless, though. What are you trying to say? What is the context?

  2. Yes, this sentence is meaningless. My original sentence is actually very different; I wanted to know if I use the adjective or adverb in this case. But yes, I think I'll use "regardless" now.

    But still, for future purposes...which word do I use?

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  3. I'd use the adjective form ... AND a comma after "argue," too.

  4. Okay, thanks!

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  5. You're very welcome!

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