There are no rules for adjective-preposition combinations, so it’s a good idea to try to learn them together. How do you use prepositions with adjectives? Take the quiz to check it.

As you read and listen to more English, you may notice that there are a lot of adjective-preposition combinations. The only way not to make mistakes using them is to remember these patterns by heart. The quiz will help you to refresh your memory about the topic.

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  • Фото аватара

    Добрый вечер, Мария.
    В правильном ответе на предложение №7 это показано:

    The teacher was disappointed ___ the behavior of the class.


    Но я думаю, что мой ответ так же хорош, сравните это:

    On the other hand, «disappointed by» usually indicates that somebody has done something specific to cause you to be disappointed:

    I was disappointed by Fred. He said he’d give me a ride, but he never showed up!

    (The «by» form is occasionally used with objects, but most of the time only makes sense for people.)

    «Disappointed in» usually indicates a deeper level of disappointment with the nature of somebody or something, or repeated problems with them, and often indicates that the speaker has lost faith in someone’s ability to do what’s expected of them:

    I’m very disappointed in Bill. I thought he had experience with this job, but every time he does it he does something wrong.

    Я тоже думаю, что «поведение класса» — это то, что можно изменить, надеюсь)

    Всего хорошего,

  • Фото аватара

    hello. i reckon i can speak my mind. so it would be just fabulous if there were keys to all the tests. thanks for hearing me out.
    have a great day wherever you are.

  • Фото аватара

    КАк узнать какие допущены ошибки

    • Фото аватара
      Мария Короткова

      Здравствуйте! Обновили тест, теперь правильные ответы отображаются после прохождения)


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