Would you be kind enough to tell me your preference for usage of more adequate words in the following sentence?
I am concerned about the next test in French.
I am worried about the next class-work in French.
Thank you for your efforts.
Hmmm... Interesting. Something tells me there's a slightly difference between them:
I am concerned TO / OF / about the next French test.
Sounds like a French teacher...a person who is in charge of teaching French.
I am worried about the next French test.
Sounds like a student who hasn't studied for the test.
Am I right? I guess the prepostion will tell when they are diffent from each other.