Verbs that indicate stative passive,are mostly used with a preposition. For Example: I’m interested in folk music. She is married to an American. I’m satisfied with the progress. Ann was disappointed with her score.
be absorbed in be accustomed to be acquainted with be addicted to be amazed at be annoyed with someone be annoyed at/about something be associated with be astonished at be based on be bored with be bothered be born be blessed with be committed to be composed of be concerned about be confused with be connected to /with be convinced of be coordinated with be crowded with be covered with/in be dedicated to be delighted at/with be derived from be disgusted at/with be devoted to be disappointed with/at be discriminated against be divorced from be done with be dressed in be engaged to be equipped with be excited about be exposed to be filled with be finished with be furnished with be impressed with be interested in be involved in
be known for be limited to be made of (if there is only physical change in the raw material) be made from (if the raw material changes chemically as well as physically) be made out of (if you alter an item, and use it with a different aim) be married to be obliged to someone be opposed to be pleased about/with be prepared for be provided with be related to be remembered for be satisfied with be scared of be separated from be shocked at be surprised at be synchronized with be thrilled at/with be terrified of be tired of/from be troubled with be upset with someone be used to be worried about