English practice – Adjective + preposition III

Adjective + of
Other adjectives that use the proposition of.
Aware of – to know something, to have some information.
“The company president spent $50,000 on business lunches last year! Were you aware of that?” – Did you know that?
“$50,000?! I’m shocked! Are the company shareholders aware of that.”
“Main street is becoming a one way street on Saturday! I wasn’t aware of that.” – I didn’t have that information.
Full of – a large amount
“Oscar’s homework was full of mistakes so the teacher asked him to do it again.” – There were many mistakes.

“My neighbor’s marriage was full of problems, I heard them fighting all the time. I’m not surprised they got a divorce.” – They had a lot of problems.

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