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because a mongoose is used to fighting snakes like cobras and adders.it works with its family in a team and doesnt give up.if it locks its jaw then you cant pry it loose.
frighten is a verb. It can be used with both singular and plural subjects and objects, e.g.:They frighten meI frighten them
A male mongoose is called a mongoose
"This movie will frighten you."
the root word for frighten is fry
The past tense of frighten is frightened.
Several do. They fight each other, and birds attack them, but I guess the answer you're looking for is the mongoose.
Please do not frighten the cat.
Riki Tiki Tavi was a mongoose.
Fear is an emotion "I fear you" Frighten is to cause someone to feel the emotion fear. "Do I frighten you?" = "Do I cause you to feel fear?" "Yes you frighten me" = "Yes, you cause me to feel fear"
No, frighten is a verb (frighten, frightens, frightening, frightened). The noun form is fright or the present participle of the verb (gerund) frightening.