Put in the correct preposition.
I’ve been trying to learn Spanish but I’m not very satisfied *** my progress.
I was delighted with the present you gave me.
It was very nice of you to do my shopping for me. Thank you very much.
Why are you always so rude to your parents? Can’t you be nice to them?
It was a bit careless of you to leave the door unlocked when you went out.
They didn’t reply to our letter, which wasn’t very polite of them.
We always have the same food every day. I’m fed up with it.
I can’t understand people who are cruel to animals.
We enjoyed our holiday, but we were a bit disappointed with the hotel.
I was surprised at the way he behaved. It was completely out of character. (*by* is also possible but don’t use it)
I’ve been trying to learn Spanish but I’m not very satisfied with my progress.
Linda doesn’t look very well. I’m worried about her.
Are you angry about what happened?
I’m sorry about what I said. I hope you’re not angry with me. (*sorry for* is also possible but don’t use it)
The people next door are furious with us for making so much noise last night.
Jill starts her new job next week. She’s quite excited about it.
I’m sorry about the smell of paint in this room. I’ve just decorated it.
I was shocked at what I saw. I’d never seen anything like it before. (*by* is also possible but don’t use it)
The man we interviewed for the job was intelligent but we weren’t very impressed with his appearance. (*by* is also possible but don’t use it)
Are you still upset about what I said to you yesterday?
He said he was sorry about the situation but there was nothing he could do.
I felt sorry for the children when we went on holiday. It rained every day and they had to spend most of the time indoors.