Adjectives and Prepositions


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adjectives and preposition
    Adjectives and Prepositions In English, a particular adjective often matches a particular preposition. For example: Stephen is fond of   chocolate cake. fond  is an adjective. It matches the preposition of  . The following examples are tested in RoadtoGrammar Quiz 1:  fond of keen on interested in good at fascinated by terrified of annoyed with afraid of shy with different from addicted to ashamed of aware of  jealous of fed up with proud of used to wrong with bad at impressed with related to sensitive to full of safe from famous for Here is a long list of examples:  accustomed to accused of acquainted with addicted to annoyed about/with/at allergic to amazed at/by anxious about appreciated for ashamed of associated with astonished at/by aware of angry with afraid of attached to bad at based on beneficial to boastful for bored with brilliant at busy with capable of careful with/about/of certain about characteristic of clever at connected with conscious of content with crazy about crowded with curious about dissatisfied with delighted at/about derived from different from disappointed with eager for eligible for enthusiastic about excellent in/at excited about experienced in exposed to  envious of faithful to familiar with famous for fed up with free of/from frightened of friendly with fond of furious about furnished with full of generous with/about guilty of/about gentle with good at grateful to happy about hopeful of/about identical with/to immune to impressed with inferior to indifferent to innocent of interested in involved with incapable of  jealous of kind to keen on late for limited to lucky at nervous of/about notorious for opposed to patient with pessimistic about pleased with polite to popular with presented with proud of punished for puzzled by/about  ready for related to relevant to respectful for responsible for rid of sad about safe from satisfied with scared of sensitive to serious about sick of similar to shocked by skilful at slow at sorry for/about successful in suitable for sure of/about superior to surprised at suspicious of terrible at terrified of tired of thankful to/for trilled with troubled with typical of unaware of upset about used to wrong with/about worried about
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