61 – Care vs Worry – Confusing English Vocabulary Lesson

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Care & worry are two confusing words in English. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you the difference between these two words and how they are used in English conversation and writing.

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Comments 7

  1. I think care means “liking””affection” “to give importance to something”;worried, on the other hand, reflects concern about something/someone. Have I got it right?

  2. Hi Michael,
    1. “Care” is using to show affection and positive concern, while “worry” is using to show anxiety, unease or concern for difficult or negative situation.
    2. It’s a Jack Russell Terrier named Happy, that just turned 15 years old. Michael cares about it very much!

    See you tomorrow.

  3. OK. Lets go.
    I really don’t care about grammar, because it doesn’t help to improve my fluency.
    I am worried about Brazil’s national team performance during the last World Cup. The poor results showed us we are not the soccer’s country anymore
    My wife cares for my health. She keeps reminding me to take my medication
    I am particularly worried about the economy in Brazil. It looks like you are on the verge of a recession.

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