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Don't be frightened ____ the spider. It's harmless. A. in B.to C. at D. of

The answer provided is D.

But how about C? What is the difference between C and D? Thank you!

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    It is definitely D, of. I would not say that I am "frightened at the spider." The collocation is always "frightened of", just like "afraid of."

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