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    bieasy is offline Senior Member
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    Cool worry or worried?

    Hi,

    Which one is correct?

    My friend told me not to worry.
    My friend told me not to be worried.
    My friend told me no to be worry.

    For me, the first one is correct. But could the two others be correct too?

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    Default Re: worry or worried?

    I am not a teacher, but I am a native speaker.

    The first sentence is correct. The second is also correct. There, "worried" is used as an adjective that comes from "worry". The third is wrong.

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