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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #871: Many adjectives are followed by prepositions
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    Many adjectives are followed by prepositions

    Fill in with the correct preposition (of; for; with; from; to; about; at)

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    1. Are you afraid snakes?

    2. Sweets are bad your teeth, but fruit is good for them.

    3. You are responsible your own actions.

    4. Canterbury is famous its ancient cathedral.

    5. Bill is jealous anyone who has something he hasn't.

    6. I'm very proud my two daughters. They're so clever.

    7. I'm very disappointed you. I thought I could trust you.

    8. You're very different your husband.

    9. I thought you'd be quite similar each other

    10. Are you excited going to Greece?

    11. Many foreigners find driving in Britain quite difficult. They're not used driving on the left.

    12. are you good tennis?

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