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  1. mylevt's Avatar
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    Dear teacher.
    I don't know which is correct"I worry about my future" and "I am worried about my future".
    Please help me. I' m confused now.
    Thanks a lot.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: worry

    I worry (Simple Present)
    => Expresses a routine or habit.
    EXAMPLE: I worry about it all the time.

    I am worried (Be + Adjective)
    => Expresses a state of being.
    EXAMPLE: I am worried. That's how I feel right now.


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