Learn frequently used adjective and preposition collocations – the preposition TO.
Common Adjective Collocations with the Preposition TO
- We are happy to announce the engagement of our daughter.
- I’d be absolutely delighted to come.
- I was very pleased to be able to help.
- He was concerned to hear that two of his trusted workers were leaving.
- The smell is very familiar to everyone who lives near a bakery
- I feel very proud to be a part of the team.
- She has always been very kind to me.
- He’s got no manners – he’s rude to everyone.
- People are scared to use the buses late at night.
- You are free to come and go as you please.
- It’s good to see you again.
- Don’t be so nasty to your brother – he’s four years younger than you!
- It’s nice to know you.
- It would be unkind to go without him.
- She had grown accustomed to his long absences.
- A lot of people nowadays have become addicted to the internet.
- My dad’s allergic to pop music.
- I’m anxious to get home to open my presents.
- She remained bitterly apposed to the idea of moving abroad.
- I’ve never seen two people so attached to each other.
- A stay in the country will be beneficial to his health.
- I can’t stand people who are cruel to animals.
- I was curious to find out what she had said.
- He was disappointed to see she wasn’t at the party.
- Everyone in the class seemed eager to learn.
- When are you eligible to vote in your country?
- The country became highly exposed to the vagaries of international markets.
- He remained faithful to the ideals of the party.
- I am extremely grateful to all the teachers for their help.
- Her dress is almost identical to mine.
- Adults are often immune to German measles.
- The government cannot afford to be indifferent to public opinion.
- Modern music is often considered inferior to that of the past.
- John was very keen to help.
- It’s too late to start complaining now.
- Places on the bus are limited to 50 – so book early!
- She’s married to John.
- Don’t be so mean to your little brother!
- He was too polite to point out my mistake.
- I’m not qualified to give advice on such matters.
- How are you related to him? Is he your cousin?
- Please speak later; your ideas are not relevant to our discussion.
- I was sad to hear that they’d split up.
- She is very sensitive to other people’s feelings.
- I bought some new shoes which are very similar to a pair I had before.
- She wasn’t slow to realize what was going on.
- This model is technically superior to its competitors.
- The party is considered to be sympathetic to welfare reform.
- I was thankful to see they’d all arrived safely.
- It would be unreasonable to expect somebody to come at such short notice.
- We were wrong to assume that she’d agree.
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