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‡Words followed by a particular prepositions

Agree with
You agree with a person, an opinion or
a policy.
I cannot agree with you.
I can’t agree with your opinion.
I don’t agree with your policies.
Agree about
You agree about a subject of
discussion.
I think he is the right man for me. We
agree about most things.
Agree on
We agree on a matter for discussion.
We couldn’t agree on a price.
Agree to
She agreed to my suggestion and
accepted the job.
Angry with
We can get angry with/at a person for
doing something.
She was angry with me for breaking
her window. OR She was angry at me
for breaking her window.
Angry about
We can get angry about something.
I am angry about the rampant
corruption plaguing our society.
Anxious about
When you are anxious about
something, you are worried about it.
She is anxious about his safety. (= She
is worried about his safety.)
Anxious for
When you are anxious for something,
you are eager to have it.
Anxious to
When you are anxious to do
something, you are eager to do it.
She is anxious to leave.
Care for
To care for somebody is to look after
him or her.
He spent his whole life caring for his
autistic daughter.
Care for can also mean ‘like’.
He really cares for his grandmother.
Care about
To care about something is to think
that it is important.
I don’t care about your opinion.


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