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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93730: Prepositions and Adjectives
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    Prepositions and Adjectives

    crazy about something  to like or love something very much

    grateful to            to show, express or feel thanks, especially to another person

    aware of               to have knowledge or to know that something exists

    famous for             well or widely known and recognized by many people

    keen on                to be very interested or to want to do something

    proud of               to feel pleasure or satisfaction about your achievements, positions ( or another person )  

    hopeless at            without skill at a particular activity

    feel sorry for         to feel sorry for someone when they are in a difficult or unpleasant situation

    considerate of         someone who is generous, helpful and thinking about other people's feelings

    married to               to be somebody's spouse

    responsible for        to be blamed for something that has happened   

    furious about          extremely angry and annoyed           

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    1. Doris is dancing. She is a very good dancer.

    2. This doctor has helped my family. I am him for his help.

    3. Paul is rather a shy boy and he isn't making friends.

    4. This city is its highly efficient and safe public transport system.

    5. It's a huge responsibility. I am this.

    6. My son has a lot of sport achievements. I am so him.

    7. Annette is very good at maths but completely sports.

    8. I my grandfather. He has been seriously ill for five months.

    9. It is very you to help me with my homework.

    10. Hugh is Peter's sister. They have lived in this village for 3 years.

    11. She is not this accident.You shouldn't blame her.

    12. She was her son's behaviour at school. He didn't listen to the teachers and cheated in exams.

    13. Tom is a very nice person. He is very others.

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