Adjective + Preposition Quiz for English Learners

Are you surprised by someone or surprised at someone?

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1. They are excited _____ their trip to Rome next June.

2. I feel sorry _____ Jack. He is so lonely these days. Are you good at golf?

3. That house is different _____ the one I was looking for.

4. Cezanne is famous _____ his landscapes.

5. I must admit I was shocked _____ her behavior at the party.

6. She's rather worried _____ her son's studies.

7. I'm just hopeless _____ playing the guitar.

8. She's furious _____ her son's grades in school.

9. They were surprised _____ their good fortune.

10. I'm upset _____ my health.

11. She was annoyed _____ Tom for ignoring their agreement.

12. Peter was angry _____ Jack because he came late to the party.

Adjective + Preposition Quiz for English Learners

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 Congratulations! It's clear you know these common forms. You might want to continue learning idioms and expressions to further improve your English. You could also try this challenging preposition quiz to practice some more. 

Adjective + Preposition Quiz for English Learners

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Good job! You know a lot of adjective and preposition combinations. You can keep practicing with this prepositional phrase quiz

Adjective + Preposition Quiz for English Learners

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Keep working on learning preposition combinations. It takes some time to learn these combinations, so keep at it and you'll learn them soon.