Is the following sentence grammatically correct?
Haven't you afraid because of covid letting people entering in your home?
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
we can have fear, but we are afraid or we feel fear. having fear is a lot less common to say than to be afraid. Aren't you afraid to let people into your home because of COVID?
you could "grammatically" say "Don't you have fear to let people into your home because of COVID?" but it is an awkward structure. Most people would not express it that way. We are afraid or feel fear, rather than we have fear, usually.
Basically, when it comes to feelings, we ARE afraid/scared/hungry/tired/excited or whatever, rather than we have fear/hunger/tiredness/excitement. The person is the way they feel, not has that feeling.
- John PLv 71 month ago
"Doesn't Covid make you afraid to let people into your home?"
The form 'Haven't you afraid?' does not exist.
- billLv 41 month ago
No ,better as ;Aren't you afraid of letting people into your home because of covid?
- AmulyaPLv 51 month ago
Haven't you been afraid of letting people enter your home because of covid ?
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- SandyLv 71 month ago
No, it's not correct on several levels.
> Because of Covid, have you been afraid of letting people enter your home?
> Haven't you been afraid of letting people enter your home because of Covid?