For what concern or concerns?

Dancinglonely

Senior Member
italy
Which is correct : for what concern or concerns transport and insurance costs,please arrange them to our charge.

Thanks!
 
  • byrne

    Senior Member
    English - UK (Londoner)
    Salve Dancinglonely,
    as far as I'm aware neither...
    - costs regarding/concerning transport and insurance should be charged to us
    - please arrange to have costs regarding/concerning transport and insurance charged to us.
    Hope I've understood...
     

    Dancinglonely

    Senior Member
    italy
    so it's for what concerns transport and insurance costs ... and not THE transport and insurance costs,right? but I think we can say also concerning the transport and insurance costs... right?!
     

    Derekakis

    New Member
    English - California
    It is not correct to say *For what concerns X. You can say:
    Concerning X,
    As far as X is concerned,
    Regarding X,
    With regard to X,
    With reference to X,
    As for X,
    As to X,

    or (more colloquially) As far as X goes.

    Applying those to Dancinglonely's example, I would say As far as transport and insurance costs are concerned, please charge them to us.
     
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