Talking about Fear and Anxiety in English

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Here are some useful phrases and expressions you can you when talking about your fear and anxiety.

 

Are you afraid of the dark?
I’m afraid of being alone at night.
I’m scared of snakes.
I’m frightened of spiders.
I am terrified.
I get scared very easily.
I was terrified when I heard the noise outside.
I’m worried about her health.

Useful Responses:

Don’t be afraid.
It’s not a big deal.
It is nothing.
There is nothing to be afraid of.
Take is easy.
Calm down.

 

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