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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28260: Adjectives and prepositions
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    Adjectives and prepositions


     

    SOME ADJECTIVES + PREPOSITIONS
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    (be) afraid of

    (be) angry at / with someone

    (be) angry about something

    (be) ashamed of

    (be) bad at

    (be) bored with

    (be) crazy about

    (be) different from

    (be) famous for

    (be) fed up with

    (be) good at

    (be) interested in

    (be) nice to

    (be) proud of

    (be) sorry about something

    (be) sorry for doing something

    (be) worried about

    Exercise:

    Find the right preposition.





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