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Some of my classmates are mad______ pop music.A to B.in C. about D. for

C and D make me confused. I think both are right. What is the difference between them? Thank you very much!

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    It's C, about. I wouldn't say I am "mad for" something to mean I like something very much. On the other hand, you could say "crazy about" and "crazy for."

    you will occasionally see/read "mad for" (or 'crazy for' more commonly) but it sounds old-fashioned and isn't often used. Probably stick with "mad about" to sound correct.

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