I saw a man commented in instagram, he said "she will be worried" and i think it's wrong, but then i browsed up and find it was trus. As i know, it should be "she will be worry"

So, what you say? Which one is right? Even if it's same, there must be some different between them

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She will be worried is the conventional and 'correct' way.

I say, She will be worry is grammatically 'incorrect' in all contexts I know of. You might have learned the use of the verb in this way from where it's been used in other contexts, for example: She will be a worry or She will worry.

  • "she will be worried" is a passive form, is it right? Or still just an active form?
    – user341152
    Commented May 7, 2019 at 11:14
  • From what I understand about active voice, When the agent (the one who acts on the object) is in the subject position, then it is not passive voice. In this case, 'She' is the agent and the subject... It should be active as the other examples also are.
    – user347464
    Commented May 7, 2019 at 11:29
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    Worried here is an adjective meaning anxious. Commented May 7, 2019 at 12:25
  • A reference to your answer would give your response more "meat", though it is correct. "Will be worry" makes worry into a noun.
    – Karlomanio
    Commented May 7, 2019 at 14:22
  • It can be grammatical, but you need to force it into the right context. "Who's she dressing up as this Halloween?" "She will be Worry." Commented May 7, 2019 at 16:20

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