387 – Using Care

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He's reading the newspaper because he cares about what's happening in the world.

He’s reading the newspaper because he cares about what’s happening in the world.

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Care is a tricky verb because it the meaning can change depending on which preposition you us with it. For today’s English Lesson, I’m going to show you several different ways that we use care.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:

  • Jack really cares about this project. He’s been working overtime every day to get it finished.
  • I don’t care about watching TV. I would rather read a book or listen to music.
  • I care about Jane a lot.
  • It’s so clear that Nick really cares about Lori. He calls her every day and sends her flowers once a week. How romantic!
  • I care for you so much! That’s why I want to get married to you!
  • My mom cares for my dog when I go on vacation.
  • Tommy is busy these days because he is caring for his grandmother.
  • Terry cares for her vegetable garden every morning before going to work.
  • I don’t care for tea with milk.
  • I’m not really a picky eater, but I don’t care for raisins.
  • I don’t care to be in crowded places, so I stay home on black Friday.
  • I also don’t care to see horror movies. When I go to the movies, I like to laugh.
  • I couldn’t care less about football. It’s my least favorite sport.
  • I couldn’t care less about driving a fancy car. I just need reliable transportation.
  • Take care, see you tomorrow!
  • Take care, the roads are slippery.
  • Take care. I hope you fell better soon.

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