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    #1

    Cool Behaviour

    Hi teacher,

    what are the differences between between Scare and affraid?



    Warmest Regards,


    -kahhong

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    Re: Behaviour

    scare is a verb; it means, to frighten someone. BE scared and BE afraid are adjectives, meaning, to feel fear.

    [1] They scare us. <present; They frighten us.>
    [2] They scared us. <past; They frightened us.>
    [3] We are scared (of them). <adjective; We feel fear>
    [4] We are afraid (of them). <adjective; We feel fear>

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