Is concern a question?
Is concern a question?
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.
How do you use cause for concern?
– The patient’s condition is giving cause for concern. (The patient’s condition occurs first and it results in a feeling of ‘concern’ later.) – Your symptoms are no cause for alarm. (The symptoms occur first and it results in misplaced feeling of ‘alarm’.)
What is the difference between question and concern?
As nouns the difference between concern and question is that concern is that which affects one’s welfare or happiness while question is a sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative.
What is the difference between doubt and concern?
As verbs the difference between concern and doubt is that concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to while doubt is (ambitransitive) to lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect.
What does it mean to be concerned about something?
I am concerned about something. I have a concern about something. I have a concern. I am concerned. It is also acceptable to say you have a concern or are concerned over something (rather than “about”). Also you may say you are concerned for someone or something. None of them if you want to use the verb concern.
Can you use the word concern instead of concern?
It is also acceptable to say you have a concern or are concerned over something (rather than “about”). Also you may say you are concerned for someone or something. None of them if you want to use the verb concern. The state of my father’s health concerns us greatly. [ + that ] It concerns me that he hasn’t been in contact.
What’s the difference between question concerns and question regards?
If you google that construction, you gat a decent number of hits, but if you look at the quality of the hits, it’s mostly personal blogs and questions to other bloggers. On the other hand, question concerns comes up in solid writing, if you will, like the New York Times and professional sites, as does question relates (to) and question regarding.
How to use concerns in the first sentence?
Concerns is what you want in the first sentence: My question concerns X. Regard doesn’t sound right there. A question regarding X is OK, but not a main verb. – John Lawler Oct 3 ’14 at 15:33