Afraid of / Afraid


Senior Member
I've got a sentence I will always get mixed up.
And I would really appreciate it if you could help me get out of tough spot.

I'm afraid of the time I'm with you.
I'm afraid of when I'm with you.
I'm afraid when I'm with you.

which one is more correct than any other?
  • jihoon

    Senior Member
    And also, I'm wondeting if the 'when' clause can be used as the object of 'be afraid' the same way as 'that' clause can.
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