This fear vocabulary exercise will help you understand the words fear, phobia, panic, dread, mania, cold sweat, daunting, irrational and petrified, correctly.
Write the correct word for each definition. Use an article, a, an, the, if necessary.
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the feeling that you have when you are frightenedCorrectIncorrect
an extreme fear of somethingCorrectIncorrect
a sudden strong feeling of fear that stops normal thoughts and actionsCorrectIncorrect
to feel very worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might happenCorrectIncorrect
a very strong interest in something when a person cannot think of anything else.CorrectIncorrect
an extreme worry and fear that causes you to sweat although you feel coldCorrectIncorrect
If something makes you worried because you think that it will be very difficult or dangerous to do, it is what?CorrectIncorrect
illogical or unreasonableCorrectIncorrect
extremely frightened and unable to moveCorrectIncorrect