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Did you see that horror movie? It was so scary!

Correct answer: (b) scary

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Some people like vampire movies but the mere idea of vampires is terrifying.

Correct answer: (c) terrifying

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I am frightened of spiders. I know they do a lot of good by keeping the insect population low, but I still don't like them.

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I have claustrophobia. That means I have an overwhelming fear of enclosed spaces.

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She is afraid of speaking in public.

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My son is afraid of the dark so we put a night light in his room.

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I was horrified by that movie. It is really scary but it's rated for children!

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I was really shocked by the amount of blood and gore in that movie.

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Don't panic, Samantha! Relax and think of something else. This scary ride is almost over.

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I got such a fright the other night because my husband jumped out at me before I could turn on the light. He's such a prankster!

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