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PREPOSITION KEEN ON

This proposition is used to indicate something

FOR EXAMPLE:
• She was none too keen on the idea.
• Keen on publishing tech?
PREPOSITION TOWARDS
• Its meaning is in the direction of someone or something, or close in
location or time.
ANTAGONISTIC TOWARDS
Its meaning is actively opposing or showing unfriendliness towards something
or someone
FOR EXAMPLE:
• I do love that he's antagonistic towards her.
• This had at times tended to get antagonistic towards north or south Indians.
AMBIVALENT TOWARDS
Is used for having or showing both good and bad feelings about somebody/something

FOR EXAMPLE:
* Drugs have always been a source of conflict in society, which tends to be ambivalent towards them.

* Conflict resolution workers, therefore, have always been somewhat ambivalent towards state and
political systems.
HOSTILE TOWARDS
It is used to mention that a person is hostile towards one or more persons.

FOR EXAMPLE:
• But she was hostile towards me.
• The boy feels hostile towards his father.
AGAINST
This word is a preposition and does not need to be accompanied by another word.

FOR EXAMPLE
• I leaned my bicycle against the tree.
• The journalist wrote an article against the government.