Put in the correct preposition.
Our neighbours complained *** the noise we made last night. (us)
to us about
Did you hear about what happened at the party on Saturday?
I had a strange dream last night. Did you? What did you dream about?
Our neighbours complained to us about the noise we made last night. (us)
Ken was complaining of pains in his chest, so he went to the doctor.
I love this music. It reminds me of a warm day in spring.
He loves his job. He thinks about his job all the time, he dreams about it, he talks about it and I’m fed up with hearing about it.
I tried to remember the name of the book but I couldn’t think of it.
Janet warned me about the water. She said it wasn’t safe to drink.
We warned our children of the dangers of playing in the street. (*about* is also possible but don’t use it)