1.there were lots of tourists in the city. the city was crowded with tourist
2. There was a lot of furniture in theroom. The room was full of furniture
3. I'm not a very good tennis player. I'm not very good a tennis player
4. I don't like sports very much. I'm not very fond to sports
5. Catherine'shusband is Russian. Catherine is married with russian
6. We don't have enough time. We're a little short of time
7. My problem is not the same as yours. My problem is different to yours
8. Idon't trust Robert. I'm suspicious of Robert
Complete the sentences with one of the following adjectives+ the correct preposition:
afraid different interested proud responsible similar sure
1.I think she's arriving tonight, but I'm not sure of that.
2. Your camera is similar with mine, but it isn't exactly the same.
3. Don't worry. I'll take care of you. There's nothing to beafraid of
4. I never watch the news on TV. I'm not interested in it
5. The editor is the person who is responsible with what appears in a newspaper.
6. Mrs. Davis loves gardening. She'svery proud of her garden and loves
showing it to visitors.
7. I was surprised when I met her for the first time. She was different to
what I expected.
Put in the correct preposition
1. Theletter I wrote was full of mistakes.
2. My hometown is not especially interesting. It's not famous of anything.
3. Kate is very fond with her younger brother.
4. I don't likeclimbing ladders. I'm afraid to heights.
5. You look bored. You don't seem interested of what I'm saying.
6. Did you know that Liz is engaged with a friend of mine?
7. I'm not ashamedof what I did. In fact I'm quite proud it.
8. These days everybody is aware of the dangers of smoking.
9. The station platform was crowded with people waiting for the train.