Unfortunately you need to memorise which prepositions come after which adjective.

FCE USE OF ENGLISH PART 1 PREPARATION

ADJECTIVE PREPOSITION EXERCISE

by Bob Wilson at autoenglish.org

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ABOUT

AT

BY

FROM / TO

IN

OF

ON

angry

bad

amazed

different

interested

afraid

keen

excited

good

confused

 

 

aware

 

happy

 

surprised

 

 

frightened

 

sorry

 

 

 

 

jealous

 

upset

 

 

 

 

kind

 

worried

 

 

 

 

proud

 

 

 

 

 

 

scared

 

 

 

 

 

 

stupid

 

 

 

 

 

 

tired

 

 

Prepositions After Adjectives Exercise

Fill the gaps with the correct preposition.

1. A: Are you any good chess? B: No, not really. I nearly always lose .

2. Football and advertisements! I'm really fed up the telly these days.

3. I can't believe it. Carlos is afraid pigeons. It's ridiculous.

4. Pedro has a problem. He's jealous everything, even his own sister!

5.  Carla is very worried her exams.

6. I get confused all this new technology.

7. That was very stupid him.

8.  Are you aware the situation in Sierra Leone?

9 She's very excited her trip to Egypt..

10. I'm very bad tennis, I'm afraid. 

11. My brother ate my chocolate mousse. I was very angry it.

12. Iím very interested nature and the environment.

13. My sister is very keen golf.

14. Iím tired playing computer games all day.

15. Hobbits are different dwarves.

16. Dad is very proud his old coin collection.