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    #1

    concern about or concern for?

    Hi all, should I use "about" or "for" in the following sentence?

    They only concern about/for how fast they will recover the initial investment.

    I think "about" is more correct.

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    Re: concern about or concern for?

    The sentence is ungrammatical.

    'They are only concerned about how fast ...'

    'Their only concern is how fast ...'

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