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    in / with

    Dear Teacher

    When Rani saw a centipede, he stood up in / with a fright.

    Should 'in' or 'with' be used in the the sentence? Should 'a' be there?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: in / with

    Same question as yours, but in my opinion, we should put 'a' in front of 'fright', but we can say Rani had a fright at seeing a centipede.
    Hi, teacher, am I right?


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