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Worried in French 🇫🇷


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worried concerné
How to say “worried” in French? “ConcernĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “concernĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on worried in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “concernĂ©”:
– One way to remember the word “concernĂ©” is to associate it with the English word “concerned,” as they have a similar meaning.
– Pay attention to the pronunciation of “concernĂ©” [kontɛʀne], focusing on the nasal ‘n’ sound and the accented letter ‘Ă©’.

Explanations:
– “ConcernĂ©” is the past participle form of the verb “concerner,” which means “to concern” or “to affect.”
– It functions as an adjective in French, describing someone who is affected by or involved in a given situation.
– In a broader sense, it can also carry the meaning of being interested or invested in a particular matter.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ImpliquĂ©(e) – involved
– TouchĂ©(e) – affected, touched
– IntĂ©ressĂ©(e) – interested
– En lien avec – linked to

Alternate meanings and examples of sentences:
1. Slang usage: In informal French, “concernĂ©” can be used sarcastically to describe someone who is clueless or disconnected from reality. For example:
– “Il est vraiment concernĂ©, celui-lĂ  !” (He’s really in touch with reality, that one!)

2. Example sentences using the standard meaning:
– “Je suis concernĂ© par cette dĂ©cision.” (I am affected by this decision.)
– “L’affaire concerne tous les citoyens concernĂ©s.” (The matter concerns all the involved citizens.)
– “Les personnes concernĂ©es doivent se prĂ©senter Ă  la rĂ©union.” (The people involved must attend the meeting.)

Note: “ConcernĂ©” can also be used as a noun, referring to someone involved or affected. For example:
– “Les concernĂ©s sont invitĂ©s Ă  s’exprimer.” (Those involved are invited to express themselves.)

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