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Which is the correct usage ? and why please help meEmotion: sad

Don't be afraid or Dont afraid

What is the meaning of the following sentence? and is it correct usage?

I like oranges.Oranges is plural so I omit determiner 'an'

I am a student and first time using this site. Where i can get its answer?

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-Ahemmed
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Hi,


Which is the correct usage ? and why please help me

Don't be afraid or Dont afraid

What is the meaning of the following sentence? and is it correct usage?

I like oranges. This is fine.

Oranges is plural so I omit determiner 'an'

I am a student and first time using this site. Welcome to the Forum.

Clive

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ahemmedsaiWhich is the correct usage ? and why please help me
Don't be afraid or Dont afraid
What is the meaning of the following sentence? and is it correct usage?
I like oranges.Oranges is plural so I omit determiner 'an'
I am a student and first time using this site. Where i can get its answer?
Hope you are close to me.
-Ahemmed
Hello Ahemmed;
Welcom to the Forums.

Don't be afraid or Dont afraid

Answer:
Afraid is an adjective.

The pattern for adjectives and nouns is:

Don't be .........
Examples:

Don't be a clown. (noun)
Don't be sad. (adjective)
Don't be discouraged. (adjective)
Don't be rude. (adjective)
Don't be afraid. (adjective)

Fear is a verb. The pattern for verbs is:
Don't ........
Examples:

Don't cry.
Don't yell.
Don't fear.
Don't run.
Don't hate.

I like oranges. Oranges is plural so I omit determiner 'an'

Yes. That's correct. A/an means "one."
I like to eat an orange for dessert. (one orange)

I like apples and oranges. (many apples, many oranges)

Regards,
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