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




    (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


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    1. Paul is sorry having broken this plate.

    2. I would like to have an English penpal because I am too bad English.

    3. Betty is proud her son: he passed his exams.

    4. This child is sad; he is getting bored that film.

    5. Of course, Mary is worried her father's health.

    6. In my family, my grandmother is famous her cooking.

    7. Your son seems to be uninterested my lessons.

    8. Stop it! I am fed up your criticisms!

    9. I love my friend, but he is very different me.

    10. My journey was marvellous and my correspondent's family was very nice me.

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