English Language

Verb + Preposition

PREPOSITION Adjectives The two examples given above (sorry, concerned) fall into this category. The category as a whole tends, like them, to express emotions, e.g. happy, glad, pleased, delighted (all with about/for/ with), angry, annoyed, furious, upset, disappointed (all with about/ with) and anxious, embarrassed (both with about/for). However, there are also emotion adjectives with […]

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English Language


A verb is a word or group of words that express an action or a state. Examples: Go, jump, sleep, eat, think, be, change, become, drive, complete. Example sentences: We had a nice lunch. I think that he is right. He drove for hours. The word “verb” comes for the Latin word verbum, which means

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