ADJECTIVES FOLLOWED BY PREPOSITIONS by ra4z25

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									ADJECTIVES FOLLOWED BY
PREPOSITIONS
VOCABULARY
ADJECTIVE + …
                                    OF

 Good         Great    Afraid

 Bad                    Proud

 Slow                   Tired

 Clever                 Sure

 Quick                  Fond

 Surprised              Jealous

 Shocked                Full

 Terrible
ADJECTIVE + …
             TO              FOR

 Kind             Sorry

 Nice             Late

 Married          Good

 Friendly         Bad

 Polite           Ready

 Rude             Famous

 Cruel            Responsible

 Similar
ADJECTIVE + …
            ABOUT                          WITH

 Angry           Upset      Happy           Satisfied

 Sorry           Worried    Annoyed

                              Angry
 Anxious         Crazy
                              Bored
 Excited         Serious
                              Pleased
 Nervous
                              Impressed
 Disappointed
                              Disappointed
 Sure
                              Furious
 Depressed
ADJECTIVE + …
                               IN

 Shocked        Interested

 Surprised      Involved

 Impressed

 Fascinated

 Insulted
      * Match I to II to form correct sentences.
                I                         II
 She was surprised        at remembering names.

 Tom’s good               by the results of her exam.

 Joe’s always late        about your poor health.

 He’s afraid              in British culture.

 Amy isn’t satisfied      for school because        he
                            never wears a watch.
 I’m very interested
                           of large dogs.
 I’m worried
                           with her job so she’s looking
                            for a new one.
      ** Complete the sentences with a suitable preposition.
        AT – ABOUT – BY – FOR – IN – WITH – TO – OF
 I hate people who are cruel … animals.

 We are so proud … Tom. He’s the first student from our school to
  win a maths competition.

 We’re excited … the trip to London. We can’t wait!

 Anne’s very busy. She’s involved … many activities.

 I’m not pleased … your work. You can do much better.

 Don’t read in the dark. It’s bad … your eyes.

 Tina is terrible … cooking. Everything she makes tastes awful.

 We were insulted … his impolite behaviour.
       *** Choose the correct answer.

 Alan lost his new job because he was always late WITH / FOR work.

 My parents weren’t very pleased WITH / AT my mark in the English
  test.

 Sandy loves acting. She’s involved IN / AT several drama clubs.

 Laura’s great AT / FOR maths. Why don’t you ask her to help you?

 He’s really crazy TO / ABOUT the new rock group.

 I’m tired WITH / OF asking you to return my book!

 My jacket is similar TO / FOR Anne’s, but it’s a different colour.

 Bob seems quite serious ABOUT / OF his plans to study medicine.

								
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