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    #1

    worry and worried

    1. Don't worry.
    2. Don't be worried.
    Are there any differences?

    What function is the word worry in the first one performing? Verb or ADJ?

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    Re: worry and worried

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Almost View Post
    1. Don't worry.
    2. Don't be worried.
    Are there any differences? Not really, no.

    What function is the word worry in the first one performing? Verb or ADJ? Verb.

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