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    #1

    Question concerned with / concerned about

    Hi,

    In the sentences:

    I am concerned with your problem. / I am concerned about your problem.

    Is there any difference in meaning between them ?if so what does each sentence mean ?

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: concerned with / concerned about

    Yes, there is. ‘Concerned with’ means ‘took part in or had to do with’. 'Concerned about’ means ‘worried about’. You should now be able to see the difference in meaning between the 2 sentences.


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    #3

    Re: concerned with / concerned about

    concern in means involve

    concern about means worry about

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    #4

    Re: concerned with / concerned about

    thank you both very much !!

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