MORE English prepositions week 2 – Adjective + AT

More English adjectives + prepositions

Today – Adjective + at

In English we use the adjectives good, bad, better with at + subject. Here are some examples:
“In not good at history, but I am good at math.”
“Allen is better than me at history, but I am better at math.”

“We are both bad at science, but we are studying hard to get better. (at science)

“I’m great at math! It’s easy for me.”

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