R. Berankienė. Kėdainių "Atžalyno" Gimnazija Definitions Good at = be proficient Bad at = be of poor quality Hopeless at = be unachievable Skillful at = be talented, proficient
R. Berankienė. Kėdainių "Atžalyno" Gimnazija Definitions Afraid of = be frightened; have cold feet Capable of = be qualified, skillful Envious of = be jealous Skillful at = be talented, proficient Fond of = be keen on; like Proud of = be pleased; contented Scared of = be frightened, shocked Tired of = be exhausted
R. Berankienė. Kėdainių "Atžalyno" Gimnazija Definitions Angry with = be annoyed, furious Happy with = be satisfied Impatient with = be anxious; unwilling to wait Satisfied with = be pleased, contented
R. Berankienė. Kėdainių "Atžalyno" Gimnazija Exercise: fill in the gaps with at, of or withat, of with Are you good … sport? If so, which ones are you best... ?goodbest Are you satisfied … the sports facilities in this area?satisfied Are there any sports you are bad … ? Which are you worst … ?badworst Is there any sport or activity that you are afraid … doing?afraid Which national sportsman or woman do you feel most proud … ?proud
R. Berankienė. Kėdainių "Atžalyno" Gimnazija Exercise: complete these sentences with an appropriate adjective. Choose from: capable, proud, skillful, envious, angry, tiredcapableproudskillfulenvious angrytired I wouldt be … of running a marathon. Harrys mother was … with him for playing football in his best clothes. I was … of watching the football match, so I switched off the TV and went to bed. My friends are … of me because Ive got a ticket for the Cup Final. Top footballers are extremely … at controlling the ball. Bobs family were very … of him for winning the 100- metre race.