They’re afraid/frightened/scared of flying.
She’s sick of eating fast food.
The car is full of toys.
We’re good/brilliant/bad at English.
China is famous for its Great Wall.
Water is good for our skin.
Soft drinks are bad for our teeth.
With (somebody or something)
I’m angry/annoyed/fed up with him for coming late to work.
They’ve been busy with the new project.
It is good/interesting/exciting to see the changes.
She was glad/pleased/happy/amazed to hear the news.
He was sad/disappointed/surprised to hear the news.
Is it expensive/cheap/easy/hard to buy a house?
That family has been cruel/kind/good/generous to me.
Are you interested in video games?
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