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    Can I say, " I am freaked out about it"? Or "I freak out about it"? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Can I say, " I am freaked out about it"? Or "I freak out about it"? Thanks in advance.
    Yes, in the right context.

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    Then, what is the meaning difference between them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Then, what is the meaning difference between them?
    For example, "There is a spider in the bath at the moment. I am freaked out about it" "Whenever there is a spider in the bath, I freak out about it".

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