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I want to say

I'm worrying about something

Which one should I use,either “concern of something” or “concern about something”?

Thanks for your answering.

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I want to say I'm worrying about something,and which one should I use,either “concern of something” or “concern about something”?

Unfortunately, neither of your suggestions are correct.

You could say:

I am concerned about something.

or

I have a concern about something.

or simply:

I have a concern.

I am concerned.

It is also acceptable to say you have a concern or are concerned over something (rather than "about"). Also you may say you are concerned for someone or something.

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None of them if you want to use the verb concern.

According to the Cambridge Dictionary

concern

to cause worry to someone
The state of my father's health concerns us greatly.
[ + that ] It concerns me that he hasn't been in contact.

The subject is that something that you are worried about.

[Something] is concerning me
It concerns me that [whatever]

You can also use the adjective concerned in the way that Astralbee has suggested

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