Adjectives are usually followed by certain prepositions. Here are the most used adjectives:

♦ kind / generous / stupid / nice / good / polite / silly etc. of somebody to do something (1)

to somebody. (2)

eg. (1) It was kind of her to come and help you.

(2) She was kind to you.

annoyed / furious / angry  about something (1)

with somebody for doing something (2)

eg. (1) Don’t be angry about having missed the bus.

(2) Don’t be angry with Tom for not finishing his task.

worried / excited / upset / nervous / happy about a situation

eg. I am excited about going on holiday.

pleased / delighted / satisfied / happy / disappointed  with something you receive or the result of something

eg. I am pleased with your success.

surprised / amazed / astonished / shocked at / by something

eg. I was surprised at / by your reaction.

impressed with / by something / somebody

eg. She was impressed with / by your behaviour.

bored / fed up with something

eg. I am fed up with your attitude towards learning.

sorry for / about a situation, something that happened or something you did

eg. I am sorry for what happened to you yesterday.

I am sorry about being late.

feel / be sorry for someone who is in a bad situation

eg. I feel sorry for my sister. She’s had a bad week.

♦ scared / terrified / frightened / afraid of

eg. She is afraid of monkeys.

aware / conscious / (in)capable / short / full / tired / sick / typical / of

eg. I am a bit short of ideas.

good / brilliant / bad at...

eg. He is bad at dancing.

married / engaged / similar to

eg. Mark is married to Linda.

This dress is similar to the one I saw yesterday.

interested in

eg. I am interested in learning English.

keen on

eg. I am keen on driving my new car.

responsible for

eg. I was responsible for what happened last night.