“Afraid” in a Sentence (with Audio)
afraid (adj): feeling fear, or feeling worry about the possible results of a particular situation
Use “afraid” in a sentence
I’m afraid that you have to work overtime.
It’s all over. There’s nothing to be afraid of now.
Don’t be afraid to experiment and fail.
I’m afraid that I might make you angry.
I’m afraid I took your umbrella by mistake.
Don’t be afraid to admit to your mistakes.
I know you’re afraid of heights.
I’m afraid I have to go now.
I want to ask her out but I’m afraid of being rejected.
I’m afraid I’ll have to cancel our meeting tomorrow.
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