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|Adjective + Preposition:||Sample sentence:|
|(be) capable of||Do you think Terry is capable of lying?|
|(be) cluttered with||Harold seems to be writing a report. His desk is cluttered with piles of books.|
|(be) committed to||Unless you are committed
to work hard, you will never be successful in business.
We are committed to the principle that education should be available for all children.
|(be) composed of||Do you know what sites the ESLoop is composed of?|
|(be) concerned about||Edgar has never been concerned about what other people say about him.|
|(be) connected to||Which port should the printer be connected to?|
|(be) content with||Marilyn has recently been promoted. Now she is content with her job.|
|(be) convinced of||Cory is accused of breaking in a house and stealing a TV, but I am convinced of his innocence. I really believe he didn't do it!|
|(be) coordinated with||The Navy carried out a surprise attack, which was coordinated with a full-scale offensive launched early by the Army.|
|(be) crowded into (a room)||Twelve people were crowded
into the elevator when it broke down.
When I was young, five of my brothers were crowded into one bedroom.
|(be) crowded with (these people)||The local kids like to hang around the mall, which is always crowded with shoppers.|