What part of speech is “frightened”

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the adjective form of 'frightened' is used to describe a person or animal that is experiencing fear in a heightened and intense way. It often implies that the fear is caused by a real or perceived danger.

1. The frightened little girl was too scared to make a sound.

2. The frightened students ran out of the room in a panic.

3. The frightened pony didn't move when the stranger approached.

the adjective form of 'frightened' can be used to describe a dangerous situation, object, or creature that is causing fear or anxiety. Common mistakes include using the word in inappropriate contexts or confusing it with other words such as 'afraid,' 'scared,' or 'alarmed.'

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