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In this episode we're going to help you revise and practise prepositions that are commonly found after some popular adjectives.

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Listener Feedback: Gaby from Peru
English teacher working with accountants Episodes 24 and 46 - money verbs Episode 24 ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2014/06/05/money-money-money-must-be-funny-in-the-rich-mans-world-airc24/ ) Money vocabulary and the economy: ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2015/03/20/say-and-tell-economy-and-money-vocabulary-and-idioms-airc46/ ) (
What does she like?/What is she like? Episode 44 - ‘like’ and ‘as’ ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2015/02/28/the-difference-between-like-and-as-and-the-pronunciation-of-can-and-cant-airc44/ )

Episode 117 is going to be about describing trends

‘Thanks a bunch!’ - we love you too, Gaby! I think this YouTube video will help you with 'like': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6xU2G_FOYM

A dependent preposition is a preposition that always follows the same expression;
for example, we say 'interested in' and not 'interested on' or 'interested about'.

good/bad/fantastic/awful…. at - Craig's bad at tennis. Reza's awful at time keeping.
mad/angry at* - My girlfriend’s mad/angry at me for forgetting her birthday.

excited about - Is there anything you're excited about?
sorry for/about - Is there anything you’re sorry for?
crazy/mad* about - What food are you crazy about?
un/happy about - She wasn’t happy about her exam result
enthusiastic about - We’re enthusiastic about podcasting

un/interested in - What are you interested in at the moment?
un/successful in - Steve Jobs was extremely successful in business.
deficient in - Peter’s poor diet is deficient in vitamins

sick of / tired of - Craig’s getting a bit tired of Reza’s old jokes
proud of - What have you done in your life that you're proud of?
afraid/frightened of - What are you afraid/frightened of?
typical of - It’s typical of him to cancel at the last minute
fond of (= keen on) - We’re rather fond of “dulce de leche”
guilty of - The suspect was found guilty of murder.

dis/pleased with - The headmaster was pleased with the new student’s progress.
dis/satisfied with - I am extremely dissatisfied with the poor service in this restaurant.
disgusted with - She was disgusted with her new friend’s bad table manners.
crowded with - Valencia is crowded with people during the busy Fallas festival.
content with - Reza’s pretty content with his new shoes.

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(to be/get) used to - The EU may have to get used to the British no longer being a member soon. (Revise 'used to', 'to get used to' and 'to be used to' here: http://www.inglespodcast.com/2014/01/31/aprender-ingles-con-reza-y-craig-6/
sensitive to - You should try to be sensitive to my spouse’s needs.
similar to - Bob writes in a similar way to me

different from - Canada’s climate is very different from Bolivia’s.
safe from - The refugees went far away to be safe from the war.

famous for - Scotland is famous for its beautiful highland scenery and whisky.
convenient for - The number 23 bus is very convenient for getting to the shopping centre.

intent on - The terrorist was intent on causing destruction.
keen on (= fond of) - We’re rather keen on “dulce de leche”


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On next week's episode: Dependent prepositions – Nouns followed by a preposition

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