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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #39763: Adjectives /Nouns + prepositions
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    Adjectives /Nouns + prepositions

    Adjective + preposition

    afraid of  

    angry with

     bad at 

     interested in  

     married to

    frightened of   

    crowded with     

    good at       

    successful in

    polite to  

    short of    

    pleased with  

    brilliant at  

      similar to

      tired of     

     disappointed with  

        The village is crowded with tourists today. 

    Betty is afraid of bats.      

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    1. Tom is disappointed his new car.

    2. I have been married Sonia for over ten years.

    3. Mark says he is interested UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects).

    4. Look at Peter! He is very good repairing things.

    5. Suzan is angry herself for breaking the vase.


      Noun + Preposition


    I am not making fun of you,

    I just admire what you are doing.

    an excuse for  (not coming)                         have interest in  (learning English)         have pity on

    have a reputation for  (being strict)           have confidence in  (a friend)                  play a joke on

    have a talent for  (acting)                             make progress in  (math)                         an attack on

    a lack of  (information)                                  pay attention to                have an addiction to

    make fun of  (sb)                                            a reply to  (a letter)

    take care of  (children)                                 an objection to  (a boyfriend coming at home)

    Is Mark trying to fight his addiction alcohol?

     Is he really an alien? Sonia wondered if the others were playing a joke her.

    -What's your excuse being late this time?
    - I missed the bus.

    If you don't pay close attention the traffic lights you will never pass your driving test.

    Does this lack progress mean that Bob doesn't work enough?

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