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  1. B45
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    I'm considered about my sister going to her friend's place. And I say to her: Let m

    I'm considered about my sister going to her friend's place. And I say to her:

    Let me know when you've arrived.

    VS

    Let me know when you are there.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I'm considered about my sister going to her friend's place. And I say to her: L

    Could you have meant "concerned" instead of "considered"?

    I would choose the first.

  3. B45
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    Re: I'm considered about my sister going to her friend's place. And I say to her: L

    Yes, it should be:

    I'm concerned about my sister going to her friend's place.

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