Prepositions after adjectives (1)
Here are some examples of adjectives and the correct prepositions which follow them:
|Prepositions after adjectives|
|afraid of something
afraid of doing something
|She’s afraid of the dark.
Are you afraid of driving on motorways?
|angry about something
angry with somebody
|I am really angry about what she did.
Why did she do it? I am really angry with her.
|concerned about something||His parents are concerned about his poor exam results.|
|pleased with someone / something||I was really pleased with my exam results.|
|sorry about something
sorry for doing something
|Was she sorry about the mistake?
I'm sorry for being late.
|good at something||He’s good at languages.|