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    'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Can I swicth these?

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    Re: 'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Try putting them into a complete sentence and see which of them sounds more natural.

    Rover

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    Re: 'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Try putting them into a complete sentence and see which of them sounds more natural.

    Rover

    1) I'm terrified with you.
    2) I'm terrified of you.
    3) I'm terrified with that.
    4) I'm terrified of that.

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    Re: 'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Which do you think sound more natural?

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    Re: 'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Which do you think sound more natural?
    Mmmmm... 'I'm terrified of you' and 'I'm terrified of that' ...

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    Re: 'terrified with' and 'terrified of'

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    Mmmmm... 'I'm terrified of you' and 'I'm terrified of that' ...
    Yes.

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