Verb + PrepExample
base on The company bases salary on experience.
be absent from (a place)He was absent from class.
be accustomed toI am not accustomed to such behavior.
be acquainted withHe is acquainted with many celebrities.
be addicted to STHe is addicted to heroin.
be afraid ofI am afraid of spiders.
be angry at SO for STI am angry at him for what he said.
be angry with SO for STI am angry with him for what he said.
be annoyed at SO for STHe is annoyed at her for spending so much money.
be annoyed with SO for STHe is annoyed with her for spending so much money.
be anxious about STI am anxious about the presentation.
be associated withHe is associated with the company.
be aware ofYou are not aware of all the problems.
be blessed withHe is blessed with great musical talent.
be bored byThey were bored to death by his long speech.
be bored withThe interviewers were bored with the repetitive comments.
be capable of STHe is capable of much more.
be cluttered with STThe room is clutter with boxes.
be committed toI am committed to improving my language skills.
be composed of The meteorite is composed mostly of iron.
be concerned aboutI am concerned about his smoking.
be connected toThe DVD player is connected to the TV.
be connected withThey are connected with the project.
be content with He is content with the results.
be convinced of STWe are convinced of her innocence.
be coordinated with STTesting centers coordinated with the schools to set testing dates.
be crowded in (a building or room)It is crowded in the auditorium.
be crowded with (people)The auditorium is crowded with people.
be dedicated toShe is dedicated to improving her grammar skills.
be devoted toHe is devoted to his wife.
be disappointed inShe is disappointed in her son's improvement.
be disappointed withShe is disappointed with her son for not improving.
be discouraged byHe was discouraged by the high costs.
be discouraged from (doing something)They were discouraged from participating.
be discriminated againstHe discriminates against people who are different.
be divorced from SOMary is divorced from John.
be done with STHe is done with the work.
be dressed in She was dressed in red.
be encouraged withThe staff was encouraged with a profit-sharing program.
be engaged in STHe was engaged in that research for more than ten years.
be engaged to SOJohn was engaged to Mary for six months.
be envious ofI am envious of you for having the opportunity to travel.
be equipped with STThe expedition is equipped with the latest gear.
be excited aboutI am excited about the opportunities.
be exposed toThe workers were exposed to dangerous chemicals.
be faced withHe was faced with many difficult decisions.
be faithful toThey are faithful to their company.
be familiar withI am familiar with that program.
be famous forHe is famous for climbing Mt. Everest.
be filled withThe boxes are filled with clothes and books.
be finished withI am finished with my studies.
be fond ofShe is fond of her nieces and nephews.
be friendly to SOHe is friendly to new coworkers.
be friendly with SOHe is friendly with new coworkers.
be frightened byShe is frightened by the coyotes calling at night.
be frightened ofThe kids are frightened of ghosts.
be furnished with STThe house is furnished with designer furniture.
be grateful to SO for STI am grateful to you for your assistance.
be guilty of STHe is guilty of the crime.
be happy about STI am not happy about the results.
be innocent of STHe is innocent of the crimes.
be interested inI am interested in astronomy.
be involved in STHe is involved in the program.
be involved withHe is involved with many charities.
be jealous ofJohn is jealous of Mary's close friendship with Tom.
be known for STHe is know for his humor.
be limited toThe speeches are limited to fifteen minutes each.
be made from STThe statue is made from old car parts.
be made of (material)The statue is made of metal.
be married toShe is married to a famous politician.
be opposed toI am opposed to increasing tuition prices.
be patient with SOHe is patient with his students.
be pleased withI am pleased with the results.
be polite to SOShe is polite to the visitors.
be prepared forHe is prepared for such questions at the conference.
be protected fromThe cave paintings are protected from vandalism.
be proud ofHe is proud of his son.
be related toShe is related to the famous artist.
be relevant toThat is not relevant to this conversation.
be remembered for STHe is remembered for his bravery.
be responsible forShe is responsible for the new policies.
be satisfied withThe teacher is satisfied with the test results.
be scared ofShe is scared of snakes.
be terrified ofShe is terrified of roaches.
be thankful forWe are thankful for their help.
be tired from (doing something)He is so tired from jogging.
be tired of (doing something)He is tired of answering the same questions over and over.
be worried aboutI am worried about her.
beg for They begged for the answer to the riddle.
begin with Every sentence begins with a capital letter.
believe in He believes in ghosts.
belong to I don't belong to that organization.
benefit from He benefits from the government assistance programs.
blame SO for ST He blamed his employees for his mistakes.
blame ST on SO He blamed the company's failure on his employees.
boast about She boasted about her new Mercedes.
borrow ST from SOHe borrowed money from me.