Mateusz Koczkodaj
Hi! Which one is correct? "I was a bit half-hearted ABOUT going to class." or "I was a bit hal-hearted OF going to class."? Thank you in advance for all your answers!
Nov 5, 2021 9:17 AM
Answers · 4
Hi Mateusz "I was a bit half hearted about going to class" is the correct sentence
November 5, 2021
Hey, the correct preposition in this case is ABOUT. 🙂
November 5, 2021
Hi Mateusz! This is interesting. Although between the two options I would choose ABOUT, usually you DO something half-heartedly, rather than FEEL half-hearted. I would structure this sentence as "I was going to class half-heartedly". I omitted "a bit" because the "half" in "half-heartedly" already tells us how much (they're both quantitative adjectives). I hope this helped :)
November 5, 2021
Hi, the first answer is correct.
November 5, 2021
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