Correct my grammar please


"Instead of afraiding, start loving, you will conquired"


Meaning instead of afraiding anything, start loving and you will conquired that one.


May I know the above sentence is correct.

grammar asked Oct 23 '13 at 09:49 ayivoo New member

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Conquer what you fear by loving it instead.

Conquer fear with love.

Love conquers fear.

link answered Oct 23 '13 at 17:02 Anastasia New member

Lovely, sweet and short.

ayivooOct 28 '13 at 06:11

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I think you might want to be saying,

Instead of being afraid, start loving and you will (than) conquer your fear.  

link answered Oct 24 '13 at 04:00 Paul Henderson Contributor

Exactly, this is what i want.

ayivooOct 28 '13 at 06:10

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It is not correct. Afraid is an adjective. Secondly, it is conquer and not conquired. You will accomplish anything once you conquer your fear.

link comment answered Oct 23 '13 at 16:07 Sanjay Expert

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