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As regards the expense involved, it is of no concern to him.
it is of no concern to him = it is not related to him or it is not his expense ?
Is involved adjective here ?
I'm sorry for poking my nose into the thread;
Does it really imply that he will pay the cost ??
How to say that it isn't his matter, that is, he doesn't deal with the expenses (using concern )
I find it a very ambiguous sentence.
What about :
It is no concern of his;
Last edited by Jaskin; 14-Feb-2009 at 15:30.