Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Concern"

The meaning of "Concern" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does as far as I'm concerned mean?
A: "As far as I'm concerned" is used when you are giving your opinion about something, especially when your opinion may differ from others.

For example: as far as I'm concerned, this conversation is over.
Q: What does as far as I'm concerned mean?
A: as far as I'm concerned basically means 'this is my opinion' or 'this is how I am effected by it'. it is often used defensively when the speaker knows their opinion is negative/complaining or unpopular.

As far as I'm concerned, going to school is a waste of time.

Nothing good ever comes from helping other people as far as I'm concerned.

As far as I'm concerned, she can clean up her own mess.
Q: What does Hardly a concern. mean?
A: in fact, it's something to barely worry about at all.
Q: What does "concerning" in 2346 mean?
A: "concerning" has a few meanings, but in this sentence it means "worrying", "alarming" or "upsetting". The allegations were a cause for concern.
Q: What does He was acting out of concern for his daughter. mean?
A: 娘のことを考えて、その行動をした

Acting with her best interest in mind

Example sentences using "Concern"

Q: Please show me example sentences with concern (verb).
A: 1.) The mother felt a wave of concern as she watched her daughter walk off with that troublesome boy.

2.) Concern was the one thing flooding their minds as she laid in the hospital bed with a pale expression.

3.) I felt concerned and worried about my ill grandmother

4.) Father was concerned that I didn't come home for dinner on time.

5.) The boy had a concerned expression on his face as he saw the blood running down her head.
Q: Please show me example sentences with concern.
A: "I'm concerned about your health."

"Do you have any concerns with the plan?"

"To whom it may concern," (this is a common expression in emails to people you may not know)

"Are you at all concerned about the effects of what you did?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with I concerned .
A: "I am concerned about my grades this year because I haven't been doing well recently."
Q: Please show me example sentences with as to (as in "concerning").
A: @TMNT: "You need to make a decision as to who will receive the letter." "He had a question as to which color looked best on him."

It is somewhat interchangeable with 'regarding' or 'concerning' or 'about' but it has a very official feel to it. A doctor would have "concerns as to which patients get treated." or a prosecutor would have "questions as to who was at the crime scene."

In everyday conversation you wouldn't normally use it to say something like "I had trouble making a decision as to what to eat for dinner." Something along the lines of "I had trouble deciding what to eat." would sound more normal even though both are technically correct.
Q: Please show me example sentences with To whom it may concern.
A: To whom it may concern, the pool will be closed tomorrow

To whom it may concern, I am going to be at a meeting in an hour.

"To whom it may concern" is used when you are talking to a certain amount of people who you are not sure will care for the information you are about to state.

Synonyms of "Concern" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "As far as I concern" and "As far as I'm concerned" ?
A: "As far as I concern" doesn't make sense, "as far as I'm concerned" does make sense

"As far as I'm concerned, you don't need to know who I hang out with"
Q: What is the difference between I'm concerned about you. and I'm worried about you. ?
A: They mean the same thing. "Concerned" is more formal. When you say "worried" it is more stressful.

"I am concerned about your health"

"I am worried you might fall"
Q: What is the difference between it is not my concern that he is arrested. and he is arrested for all i care. and i don't care he is arrested ?
A: It is not my concern that he is being arrested means that it isn't your business or it doesn't concern you in the situation so there is no reason for you to be involved


He could get arrested for all I care means you don't care about the person, generally if someone has done something wrong and you don't necessarily care you would say this


I don't care he was arrested means if you may be gossiping with someone and they say " Well Jared was arrested and when he gets out of prison he's coming for you " and they would retort " I don't care he was arrested and by trial he won't be out for awhile "



Hope this helps you! ^~^
Q: What is the difference between I'm concerned about and I'm worried about ?
A: 同じ意味 :)
"I'm worried about my math grade.."
"I'm concerned that you play too many video games."
Q: What is the difference between concern and question ?
A: A concern is something you are worried about.
A question is something you ask.

"I have a concern about the homework assignment. I'm afraid it might be too difficult"

"I have a question about the homework assignment. Can I turn it in early?"

Translations of "Concern"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? concern
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i have many concerns
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? concerns severe creates
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what different between
as far as I am concerned
and
as far as I concern
A: you can say "from what i know" instead

Other questions about "Concern"

Q: It is no concern of his. does this sound natural?
A: You can also say "it isn't his concern".
Q: the only concern i have about there is the food higiene. does this sound natural?
A: it sounds a bit strange in this sentence. "There" can't always be used as a stand-alone noun, it basically automatically refers to a certain place. I can't really explain clearly why it sounds weird, lol, it's difficult.
Q: I'm so concerned they would hurt you does this sound natural?
A: Or you could also say, i was worried that they would hurt u.
Q: Did your concern things get fewer? does this sound natural?
A: Did you mean "are you concerned about fewer things?"
Q: The biggest concern is expectations and prejuidce from you boss and colleageus.
Then, focus on the interests of the key players. does this sound natural?
A: There are minor mistakes in spelling. Be careful :) It's "prejudice", "colleagues"

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