It's correct to say: I suffer from anxiety but I do not panic
Aug 5, 2019 11:21 AM
Answers · 4
I agree with simon3142. When speaking , try to use contractions as much as possible (I'm, She's, don't, can't). This way, you will sound more natural :)) An example when you want to emphasize would be "Do not panic, I am on my way!" :))
August 5, 2019
It sounds OK to me but I would probably shorten "do not panic" to "don't" unless you really want to emphasise "not" - "I do NOT panic"
August 5, 2019
It depends on the point you're trying to get across. anxiety is closely related to something called "panic attacks". If this describes what you are expressing, then a better sentence would be, "I suffer from anxiety, but not from panic attacks." or, "I suffer from anxiety, but I don't have panic attacks."
August 5, 2019
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