1. I am bored with the lecture.
2. I am bored by the lecture.
3. I am bored at the lecture.
4. I am bored about the lecture.
Which prepositions do we have to use? Can we use all the prepositions? Which preposition is commonly used?
5. The lecture is boring to me.
6. The game is boring for me.
(In these sentences, do we have to use 'to' or 'for'?)
1, 2, 5, and 6 are fine.
3 and 4 would not be used.posted by Writeacher