Adjectives followed by Preposition - (1) common combinations with "at"/ "of" / "to" / "for"
Reviewing some Basic grammar Points (3) - Focus on Prepositions - Intermediate and Lower Advanced Students
ADJECTIVE + PREPOSITION
Adjectives Followed by prepositions - (Last one) - Global Practice
Adjective + Preposition
Adjective+prepositio n (Part 1)
Match the adjectives in
with the preposition in
and then use them to complete the sentences.
water-skiing ,but my brother is brilliant.
2-I'm not at all
seeing the Olympics on TV-I find the whole thing very boring.
3-Don't worry about being
hurting yourself; all high divers are-you've just got to control the fear.
4-As the captin
oganizing matches and making sure we have enough players.
5-I'm getting really
hearing about how well you played. Can't you talk about something else for a change?
6-Alice is very
ice-skating,so we think we might buy her some skates of her own.
THE ANSWER KEY:
1- good at
3- frightened of