To funny, so worried about there sports.
The sentences would be punctuated as: A. if you ask me, he is a tennis whiz. (use comma) B. She bought a new tennis racket and showed it to me. (no comma needed) C. He loves tennis; he plays every day. *(semi-colon between the two related thoughts) D. When she is worried, she over eats. (use comma)
i wouldn't be worried about it, at her time in life she'll be hearing lots of new sentences and words and stuff,she probably cant think of what to say-and even if she did develop a stutter,why would you be so upset?
more worried, most worried
'He was a worried boy.' In this sentence worried is describing the boy, therefore worried is an adjective.
I'm so worried. Is worried an adjective or a verb?
The verb is "are" (as it is in, "You are worried.")
No there is no way to see who is reading your tweets. If you are worried about who is reading them then you can protect your tweets so that only your followers can view them.
Probably not, but if you're that worried see your doctor.
I suppose you could say "A worried lot" if you mean lot as the noun, and a group of people are all worried, but I would say "The whole group is worried" instead. If you mean that you are worried often, you would say "I get worried a lot" and if you mean that you are extremely worried, then you would say "I am a lot worried" or "I am very worried" which sounds a little better.
Will be getting worried.
when you get hurt then your freinds get worried,or you parents