concern


concern
01. We are a little [concerned] about your son's behavior at school.
02. Mind your own business, this doesn't [concern] you.
03. As far as I'm [concerned], I would never buy that car.
04. Canada has expressed [concern] to the United States about its severe policy towards Cuba.
05. I'm sorry I phoned you at the party, and embarrassed you in front of your friends, but we were [concerned] that you might not have a lift home.
06. According to a recent poll, the number one issue that [concerns] people in this country right now is unemployment.
07. The [concerns] of the upper class are quite different from those of the working class.
08. Albert Einstein once said, "[Concern] for man and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations."
09. There is a Nigerian proverb which observes that the quarrel that doesn't [concern] you is pleasant to hear about.
10. Teacher's [concerns] will be discussed after we have finished looking at other matters during the meeting.
11. Many people in Wales are [concerned] about the declining number of speakers of the Welsh language in their country.
12. Inflation and unemployment, both important [concerns] in Hungary in 2001, have declined steadily since that time.
13. According to a recent poll, ninety percent of respondents rate the environment as one of their top [concerns].

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