be filled with
The bowl is filled with grapes.
This donut is filled with cream.
The book was filled with pictures.
A: Wow! This garden is filled with flowers.
B: It's beautiful.
be fond of
He's really fond of baseball.
Romeo and Juliet were very fond of each other.
My grandmother and grandfather are fond of me.
A: Have you heard of Picasso?
B: Yes, I am fond of his paintings.
be full of
The box is full of toys.
Her basket was full of apples.
The vase is full of beautiful flowers.
A: Why is your bag so heavy?
B: It is full of books.
be good at
He's good at mathermatics.
Mike is good at languages.
Jane is good at sports.
A: You are very good at basketball.
B: Not really, but I have fun playing it.
be impressed by
We were impressed by his singing.
She was impressed by his strength.
I was impressed by the size of the house.
A: Did you enjoy the art gallery?
B: Yes, I did. I was impressed by all the beautiful paintings.