Hi! My name is Anna, "You'd really like me if you got to know me. I've known me for years and I love me."
Ok, this may be a bit weird but....
Is collocation 'afraid about' correct? And, if so, in what context could it be used?
I'm not afraid about your soul
I'm not afraid for your soul
Seriously, because I've been arguing with someone for a few hours. And the chick still maintains 'afraid about' is totally fine.
Other example: "I'm afraid about the train. It might not come on time and we'll be late" Is it really the hight of correctness?