Exercise 3

Fill in each gap with the correct prepositions: at, in, on, of, to, for, about, with.

1I'm totally hooked the new series.

2She's very interested science.

3Don't be rude your father.

4I'm sorry what happened last night.

5The workers are angry the new measures.

6She's very close her mother.

7We are very pleased your work.

8I'm afraid heights.

9I'm totally addicted caffeine.

10Alex is very good solving crossword puzzles.



Adjectives & prepositions – dependant prepositions

Some adjectives are usually followed by a preposition. These prepositions are called dependant prepositions. Check the list of some of the most common of these adjectives below.
Adjective + preposition