Is "afraid to" ever heard of? I was watching Iron Man 3 with subtitles. I thought I heard "not afraid to you" but the subtitle shows "not afraid of you". I know that the particle "of" is the norm, but is "to" valid too?
You could listen to the sentence in the first 5 or 7 seconds of this short Youtube video. Do you hear "of" or "to"?
By the way I did a Google search but couldn't find anything interesting.
Update: I think the particle "of" is practically dropped in fast speech. So the sentence is heard as: "afraid-[schwa]-you"