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Adjective + Preposition Combinations

EXERCISE # 1

Test you knowledge of adjective + preposition combinations using about / at / by / for / from. Choose the correct preposition and click on the arrow to see you have answered correctly.

  1. They are excited their trip to Paris next June.
  2. I feel sorry Gosia. She is so lonely these days.
  3. Are you good at golf?
  4. That flat is different the one I was looking for.
  5. Constable is famous his landscapes.
  6. I must admit I was shocked her behaviour at the party.
  7. She's rather worried her son's studies.
  8. I'm just hopeless learning Polish.
  9. She's furious her son's grades in school.
  10. They were surprised their good fortune.
  11. I'm upset my health.
  12. She was annoyed with Ela ignoring their agreement

EXERCISE # 2

Test you knowledge of adjective + preposition combinations using of / on / to / with. Choose the correct preposition and click on the arrow to see you have answered correctly.

  1. It was very kind you to buy me such a wonderful present. Thank you!
  2. The shop was crowded people.
  3. I have been married Kasia for over ten years.
  4. She was very good Arek while he was visiting.
  5. It was very good you to come.
  6. They are very keen stamp collecting.
  7. Their house is quite similar ours.
  8. I'm afraid I'm rather disappointed my new computer.
  9. His teachers were cruel him when he was young.
  10. She is proud her high marks on the exam.
  11. Unfortunately, he is quite jealous his neighbour's new car.
  12. It was rather clever Gregory to combine his business trip with a visit to his favourite museum.
  13. He's become bored his latest hobby.
  14. I'm afraid he is incapable understanding the most basic concepts.
  15. Magda! Don't be rude your grandmother.