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Adjective + preposition

Cut up enough broken sentences so that there’s one for each pair of students. Distribute the halves at random. Students then stand and try to find the other half of their sentence by reading their half aloud. Next, give everybody a different card and repeat, but this time they have to memorise the words instead.

 

Alice likes reading - she’s really keen…

…on detective fiction and thrillers.

I’m really not very interested…

…in television programmes about politics.

Isabelle was very fond…

…of Alex but she wasn’t in love with him.

The people here have been really friendly…

…towards me and really tried to help me.

I hate swimming. I have been terrified…

…of the water ever since I was a child.

The city of Winchester is famous…

…for its beautiful cathedral

We are so proud…

…of our daughter for winning the first prize.

Fred was really sick…

…of revising for his exams.

I am completely fed up…

…with your terrible behaviour!

I was really angry…

…with my dog for sitting on the sofa.

Are you feeling excited…

…about going on holiday next week?

What’s wrong…

…with you? You look terrible.

Jon isn’t very good…

…at cooking.

Smoking is really bad…

…for your health.

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