Verb + Preposition; ABOUT and Examples. Verb + ABOUT list and example sentences;
Meaning: debate, discuss, dispute, moot, wrangle
- They don’t want to argue with you about this issue.
- The announcer wanted to argue about the global warming.
Meaning: bragging, pride
- She likes to boast about her mother’s successful grocery.
- They have nothing to boast about.
Meaning: maintenance, nursing, respect, regard, upkeep
- I don’t care about what the commentators say.
Meaning: express dissatisfaction about something
- People always complain about fatigue.
- She complained about the disrespect of the waiters
Meaning: be about, relate to; worry, curiosity
- I’m concernded about children being disrespectful.
- This topic concern about mathematics.
Meaning: imagination, illusion, delusion, fantasy, vision
- I used to dream about being a perfect footballer.
- She dreams about having a good time with her mother.
Meaning: be aware of through touching, sense, perceive
- I want to feel about you, my darling.
Meaning: fail to remember, leave out, be unmindful of, neglect
- I’m sure my mother has forgotten about me by now.
- Alex said that he wanted to forget about terrible accident.
Meaning: listen, feel, bear, come to know, owe
- Im’ sorry, but your family will question all the good things they hear about you.
Meaning: banter, fun, jest, humor, lark
- Don’t joke about that.
Meaning: be aware of through information.
- The professor knows very well about the underground resources in the world.
- She knows a lot about math.
Meaning: smile, be happy
- I laugh about this situation.
Meaning: a heated argument or disagreement
- Our family quarreling about money.
- My friend, please not quarrel about this.
Meaning: speech, conversation, speaking, address
- What did you want to talk about?.
- Let’s talk about your family.
Meaning: consider, contemplate, imagine, reflect
- You need to think about this again.
- Please, you should think about his decision.
Meaning: communicate information to someone, say, speak, assert
- Let’s tell me about it!
- Why didn’t Mary tell her about the money?
Meaning: concern, anxiety, fear, fears, apprehension
- I’m very worried about her.
- Every parent worries about their children’s future
Meaning: record, compose, enter
- You should write more about this.
- What are the best ways to write a paragraph about someone?
Meaning: alert, induce, caution, forewarn
- I warned you about her behavior.