Prepositional Phrases

Adjective and Prepositions that often appear together.

Adjective and Preposition Collocations

  • absorbed in
  • according to
  • accustomed to
  • afraid of
  • angry (mad) at
  • angry (mad) about
  • anxious for
  • anxious about
  • ashamed of
  • aware of
  • bad at
  • bad for
  • capable of
  • confident of
  • due to
  • due for
  • different from
  • exposed to
  • fed up with
  • fit for
  • fond of
  • frightened of
  • frightened at
  • full of
  • good at
  • good for
  • interested in
  • involved in
  • keen on
  • liable for
  • liable to
  • married to
  • nevous of
  • nice of
  • owning to
  • pleased with
  • prepared for
  • proud of
  • ready for
  • responsible for
  • responsible to
  • scared 0f
  • sorry for/about
  •  successful in
  • suspicious of
  • terrified of
  • tired of
  • used to

Prepositional Phrases Sentences

She was absorbed in her book.

According to John it's 4:50

Marthoners are accustomed to get up early in the morning.

He is afraid/frightened/scared of the dark.

He is bad/good at cricket. (a bad or good player)

He got involved in the accident.