"Concerned with" x "Related to": Qual a diferença

Flavia.lm 1 10 96
"You are going to read three extracts which are all related in some way to money".

"You are going to read three extracts which are all concerned in some way with money".

Alguma diferença?
tks in advance

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Henry Cunha 3 18 183
There may be an issue here. "Concern" has two independent meanings -- one is "to worry" (I am concerned with/by/that/...) and the other is "regarding," or "related to" (This concerns our contract.). My personal preference for the second sentence would be the simple present:

"You are going to read three extracts all of which concern money in some way.

As a matter of fact, you could dispense with the compound verb in the other case as well:

You are going to read three extracts all of which relate in some way to money.

Does that help?
Flavia.lm 1 10 96
Henry Cunha escreveu:(...)
Does that help?
Sure it does

= = =

You are going to read three extracts which are all concerned in some way with products. For questions 19-26, choose the best answer which you think fits best according to the text.
Source: University of Cambridge - Examinations in English as a Second Language - Certificate of Proficiency in English - Paper 1 - Reading.
Henry Cunha 3 18 183
Wow! This text from Cambridge is almost embarrassing. I had to swallow hard when I read this mangled clause:

"...choose the best answer which you think fits best according to the text."

Why would you need "best" twice? Maybe there`s a best answer that doesn`t fit best.
Flavia.lm 1 10 96
Henry, maybe this is the "best" way for Cambridge to drive me crazy!