worried

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worried

Post by azz » Wed Oct 02, 2019 8:11 am

a. I was worried about my husband on the frontline.
(Meaning: I was worried about my husband, who was on the frontline.)

b. I was worried about him on the frontline.

(Meaning: I was worried about him. He was on the frontline.)

c. He was worried about his mother in the hospital.

(Meaning: He was worried about his mother, who was in the hospital.)


d. He was worried about her in the hospital.

(Meaning: He was worried about her, She was in the hospital.)

Are sentences a-c correct and do they have the meanings I have assigned to them?


Many thanks.
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Re: worried

Post by Bobinwales » Fri Oct 04, 2019 11:22 pm

Yes.
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