Category: Prepositions

Adjectives + prepositions.

Complete the sentences with a suitable preposition.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. I would never think that she might be so rude someone else.2. I'm so fed up my job that I'll probably resign.3. Sue isn't interested music while other members of her family can't imagine a single day without it.4. Paul is very good maths but his parents underestimate his gift.5. I'm sick and tired my life. I must change everything to feel happy.6. Everyone is afraid their own life.7. I'm really sorry my yesterday's behaviour. It was totally out of order.8. Our house is very close the school we attend.9. I'm sorry the accident. I hope everything will be good.10. Thanks for your help. It was very kind you.11. I'm very angry Helen for such appalling behaviour.12. I was very disappointed the film. It was hopeless.13. He was very nice you, Kate. I think he likes you very much.14. The movie I watched yesterday was very similar that we watched on Friday.15. The room was full mess and we were hardly able to move.