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    peace be upon u

    check these please ,are these all correct?,Is there any d/f between them??????

    I am afraid of something/I am fear of something/I am scared of something/I am frightened with something.

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    Re: peace be upon u

    Quote Originally Posted by moqaddas View Post
    c Check these please; are these all correct?, Is there any d/f difference between them? ?????

    I am afraid of something.
    I am fear of something. X
    I am scared of something.
    I am frightened with of something.
    There is not a great deal of difference between 'afraid', 'scared' and 'frightened'.

    Please give your threads more helpful titles, such as "afraid of? fear of?"

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