It concerns me.

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modrarybka

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Czech
Hello everyone,
Could the sentence: It concerns me, be used to express two different meanings?
1) I am involved in the situation.
2) I am worried about something.

Thank you ! :)
 
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    Yes, that sentence does have two different interpretations in the way that you're suggesting there. :)

    Hopefully the context would make it clear which one was intended.
     
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