Some of the common adjectives we use with ‛about՚ are:
Joe was really angry about losing the race.
I was very upset about the election result.
I’m quite excited about travelling to China.
Some of the common adjectives we use with ‛at՚ are:
Paul is really good at playing tennis.
I’m terrible at skiing.
TIP: When we talk about skills, using adjectives like ‘good’ and ‘bad’, it’s almost always with “at”.
Some of the common adjectives we use with ‛by or at՚ are:
Everybody was amazed by their team’s performance.
Everybody was amazed at their team’s performance.
Some of the common adjectives we use with ‛for՚ are:
He is famous for his books.
At work, I’m responsible for sales and marketing.
We are all sorry for your loss.
• After an adjective + preposition, we can have a noun or verb -ing.
• We can include an object before the verb -ing
For example: She was upset about me arriving late.