spooky / scared?
Which one is correct?
The image is spooky.The image is scared.The image is afraid.The image is frightened.
- GypsyfishLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
spooky and scary mean about the same thing. "Spooky' specifically means otherworldly, like ghosts. Snakes can be scary but not spooky.
The image is scary. YOU are scared of the image.
- 3 weeks ago
Oh The image is spooky!
- Christin KLv 71 month ago
Spooky refers to a state of being of an object or an atmosphere. Frightened, Afraid and Scared refer to a state of being of a PERSON or something alive. Images can't be frightened, scared or afraid.
- RPLv 71 month ago
Spooky and scared don't belong together. There are two possibilities: 1. what happens to people; getting spooked or scared; and 2. the adjective for something that frightens, either spooky or scary,
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- bluebellbkkLv 71 month ago
The image was spooky and I was scared. I was scared by the spooky image.
The image can be spooky but not scared. YOU can be scared but not spooky.
It's like the difference between "interesting" and "interested".The movie was interesting, and I was interested.
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
images cannot feel fear or be scared. that can only impart such a feeling in a viewer. An image can be scary (cause a viewer to feel fear) but it can never be scared (be afraid).
- RobinLv 71 month ago
an image please if you are that bored go get a hobby other than coming on this site and wasting your time with this crud lol drugs are not good for you lol
- samLv 51 month ago
The image is spooky is correct. That means that the image is a bit creepy perhaps or shows a ghost etc.
The image is scared/afraid/frightened. That doesn't make sense. An image can not feel anything because it is an inanimate object. That's like saying the lamp is hungry. It can be used by some authors as a tool to add colour to their writing (the technique is personification). However, if youre just talking normally, none of these make sense.