351 – Fear, Afraid, & Frightened

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351 - Fear, Afraid, & Frightened

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For today’s English lesson let’s have a look at how to use the words fear, afraid, & frightened.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:

  • Jenny said her fear keeps her from walking by it.
  • Jenny fears walking by that house.
  • Jenny is afraid of walking by that house.
  • If you own your own business you can’t be afraid of taking risks.
  • My sister is really afraid of spiders.
  • Jack won’t go to the dentist because he’s afraid.
  • He’s a frightened person.
  • Tommy rescued a frightened cat from a tree.
  • A frightened animal needs to be handled carefully.
  • Where is the nearest post office? I’m afraid I don’t know.
  • I’m afraid I’m going to be late for the party.
  • It’s raining. I’m afraid we need to cancel the picnic.

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