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Double construction for verbs

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1. Flashes of lightning illuminated the sky; I was afraid (go out) for a drive.

2. It was foggy on the road yesterday; people were afraid (get caught) in traffic.

3. Her house is located in a remote hamlet; she is afraid (be burgled).

4. He is afraid (do) a bungee jump from this bridge located over the river.

5. He always loses his temper; she is afraid (be insulted).

6. I am sorry (come) in without knocking at your door at a late hour yesterday.

7. He is sorry (say) hurtful words to me yesterday.

8. I am sorry (bother) you but could you lend me your laptop?

9. I am sorry (disturb) you, but you have just received an urgent e-mail.

10. I am sorry (hear) that your husband suffered from a serious disease this summer.

11. We are stuck in traffic; I am afraid (miss) my train.

12. I am sorry (give up) our thorny discussion.

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