afraid of / good at, etc. (adjective + preposition)
afraid of …
- Are you afraid of dogs?
angry/mad at somebody / angry/mad about something
- Why are you mad at me? What did I do?
- Are you angry about last night? (= something that happened last night)
different from … / different than …
- Lynn is very different from her sister. or Lynn is very different than her sister.
full of …
- The room was full of people.
good at … / bad at …
- Are you good at math?
- Tina is very bad at writing letters.
interested in …
- I’m not interested in sports.
married to …
- Sue is married to a dentist. (= her husband is a dentist)
nice/kind of somebody to … / nice/kind to somebody
- It was kind of you to help us. Thank you very much.
- David is very friendly. He’s always very nice to me.
sorry about something / sorry for somebody
- I’m sorry about your accident. Was anyone hurt?
- I feel sorry for them. They work hard, but they never have enough money.
tired of …
- I’m tired of my job. I need a change.
Preposition + -ing
전치사preposition (at/with/for, etc.) 뒤에는 -ing 로 끝나는 동사. After a preposition (at/with/for, etc.), a verb ends in -ing.
I’m not very good at + telling + stories
Are you tried of + doing + the same thing every day?
Thank you for + helping + me.
Mark is thinking of + buying + a new car.
Tom left without + saying + goodbye. (= he didn’t say goodbye)
After + doing + the housework, they went out.