* Match I to II to form correct sentences. She was surprised Tom’s good Joe’s always late He’s afraid Amy isn’t satisfied I’m very interested I’m worried at remembering names. by the results of her exam. about your poor health. in British culture. for school because he never wears a watch. of large dogs. with her job so she’s looking for a new one. III
** Complete the sentences with a suitable preposition. I hate people who are cruel … animals. We are so proud … Tom. He’s the first student from our school to win a maths competition. We’re excited … the trip to London. We can’t wait! Anne’s very busy. She’s involved … many activities. I’m not pleased … your work. You can do much better. Don’t read in the dark. It’s bad … your eyes. Tina is terrible … cooking. Everything she makes tastes awful. We were insulted … his impolite behaviour. AT – ABOUT – BY – FOR – IN – WITH – TO – OF
*** Choose the correct answer. Alan lost his new job because he was always late WITH / FOR work. My parents weren’t very pleased WITH / AT my mark in the English test. Sandy loves acting. She’s involved IN / AT several drama clubs. Laura’s great AT / FOR maths. Why don’t you ask her to help you? He’s really crazy TO / ABOUT the new rock group. I’m tired WITH / OF asking you to return my book! My jacket is similar TO / FOR Anne’s, but it’s a different colour. Bob seems quite serious ABOUT / OF his plans to study medicine.