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Do not/ get panicked/ in emergencies/ no error. I think,here 'panicked' is an adj, and hence 'no error' . If it is not so....then please suggest the right ans...

  • It might help if you gave some idea of context. A sign on the staircase of a hotel? (Not great, unless English is not the local language - see Boondoggle's answer) A sergeant berating a recruit after a badly performed exercise? (That fits nicely.) Is there a reason for the passive "get panicked" rather than an active "panic"? – ItWasLikeThatWhenIGotHere Jan 6 '18 at 19:03
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Do not get panicked in emergencies.

is okay. But whether you want to write it that way is a second point.

Why not simply say:

Do not panic in emergencies.

It says the same, and it's easier to read.

  • Is 'get panicky' better use than 'get panicked'?? – user28796 Jan 7 '18 at 1:20

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