concern / concerned

He is concerned for her safety. /
He concerns for her safety.

Which one is correct? Thank you!

The first one is correct.

The second is wrong. You cannot “concern for” something.

Hi Dozy,

Can we also say this one?

He is concerned about her safety.


PS: a typo was corrected.

thank you Dozy, so can we say " he concerns about her safety?"

Yes, that’s OK (apart from the typo).

No. You can’t “concern about” something either.

Thanks Dozy!

PS: I corrected the typo.