Adjectives & Prepositions


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a little question for a teacher:

Wich the correct form a) or b) is ? Why ?

a) I'm really bad for expressing myself clearly
a) I'm really bad at expressing myself clearly



Hi LuigiM,

The second sentence is correct. To talk about our skill level or ability in a given area we use an adjective followed by the preposition 'at': good at, bad at, awful at, wonderful at etc.

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The LearnEnglish Team