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Difference between doubt and concern



 
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Difference between doubt and concern #1 (permalink) Fri Jan 13, 2006 13:25 pm   Difference between doubt and concern
 

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #98 "The Parliamentary Candidate (1)", question 1

There was absolutely no ......... that Henry Orpington liked politics. He talked politics all the time.

(a) belief
(b) concern
(c) query
(d) doubt

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #98 "The Parliamentary Candidate (1)", answer 1

There was absolutely no doubt that Henry Orpington liked politics. He talked politics all the time.

Correct answer: (d) doubt
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difference between doubt and concern?

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Difference between doubt and concern #2 (permalink) Fri Jan 13, 2006 13:39 pm   Difference between doubt and concern
 

Hi,

Doubt means uncertainty and concern means anxiety or worry.

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