English grammar game to practice noun, adjective and prepositions combination for young ESL learners. Click the play button to begin.
- It seems when adjectives have very similar meanings, they are often followed by the same preposition. Example – scared of, afraid of, frightened of
- It also seems when adjectives have opposite meaning they might be followed by the same preposition. Example – good at/bad at, worried about/relaxed about
Nouns + Preposition – Similarly, many nouns are followed by particular prepositions. Examples include: responsibility for, attempt at, differences in, cause of.
The best way to get good at using the right noun or adjective plus preposition combination is through practice. The game above will help in this effort. Read Less