Do you put a comma before regardless?
Is regardless formal?
When writing a date, a comma is used to separate the day from the month, and the date from the year. Do use a comma if you’re including a day of the week with the date. Note the use of the comma after the date when it appears in the middle of a sentence.
“Regardless” as an adverb can stand alone at the end of the sentence just as you have it, or a phrase starting with “of” could follow.
Commas almost always follow phrases at the beginning of sentences; use the comma to separate the phrase from the independent clause. This means use a comma after a participial phrase, an absolute phrase, an infinitive phrase, and a prepositional phrase. There is some leeway with prepositional phrases.
Can you use regardless at the beginning of a sentence?
No comma is needed before ‘regardless’.