Put in the correct preposition.
I’m not ashamed *** what I did. In fact I’m quite proud *** it.
The letter I wrote was full of mistakes.
My home town is not especially interesting. It’s not famous for anything.
Kate is very fond of her younger brother.
I don’t like going up ladders. I’m afraid of heights.
You look bored. You don’t seem ‘interested in what I’m saying.
Did you know that Liz is engaged to a friend of mine?
I’m not ashamed of what I did. In fact I’m quite proud of it.
I suggested we should all go out for a meal but nobody else was keen on the idea.
These days everybody is aware of the dangers of smoking.
The station platform was crowded with people waiting for the train.
She’s much more successful than I am. Sometimes I feel a bit jealous of her.
I’m tired of doing the same thing every day. I need a change.
Do you know anyone who might be interested in buying an old car?
We’ve got plenty to eat. The fridge is full of food.
She is a very honest person. I don’t think she is capable of telling a lie.
I’m not surprised she changed her mind at the last moment. That’s typical of her.
Our house is similar to yours. Perhaps yours is a bit larger.
John has no money of his own. He’s totally dependent on his parents.