Learn frequently used Collocations with ABOUT in English.
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- 1 Angry about
- 2 Annoyed about
- 3 Anxious about
- 4 Careful about
- 5 Careless about
- 6 Certain about
- 7 Concerned about
- 8 Crazy about
- 9 Curious about
- 10 Depressed about
- 11 Enthusiastic about
- 12 Excited about
- 13 Furious about
- 14 Guilty about
- 15 Happy about
- 16 Hopeful about
- 17 Mad about
- 18 Nervous about
- 19 Obsessed about
- 20 Optimistic about
- 21 Pessimistic about
- 22 Puzzled about
- 23 Sensitive about
- 24 Serious about
- 25 Sorry about
- 26 Sure about
- 27 Sympathetic about
- 28 Terrible about
- 29 Upset about
- 30 Worried about
- 31 Wrong about
- I’m really angry about our losses on the stock market!
- I was a little annoyed about the whole thing.
- The drought has made farmers anxious about the harvest.
- He’s in a really foul temper so be careful about what you say to him.
- He could be very careless about his future.
- He was quite certain about his attacker’s identity.
- I’m a bit concerned about your health.
- I’m not crazy about Chinese food.
- They were very curious about the people who lived upstairs.
- She felt very depressed about the future.
- You don’t sound very enthusiastic about the idea.
- He’s excited about his birthday party next week.
- The boss was furious about the past quarter’s losses.
- I felt guilty about not visiting my parents more often.
- If there’s anything you’re not happy about, come and ask.
Adjectives & Prepositions: Common Collocations with ABOUT
- He is not very hopeful about the outcome of the interview.
- Are you mad about your bad grade?
- Consumers are very nervous about the future.
- I think you should try to stop obsessing about food.
- She’s not very optimistic about the outcome of the talks.
- The doctors are pessimistic about his chances of recovery.
- Management are still puzzling about how the accident could have happened.
- He’s very sensitive about his weight.
- Is she serious about wanting to sell the house?
- I’m very sorry about losing your book.
- Are you sure about that?
- He suffers from back trouble too, so he was very sympathetic about my problem.
- Anyway, what’s so terrible about a woman wearing pants?
- I’m upset about the increasing amount of violence in this world.
- He’s not worried about his upcoming examinations.
- You were wrong about Tom; he’s not married after all.