Hi teachers, According to this text: Peter is going to get a very nasty shock in a few seconds. He does not know that his wife came into the pub (only) a few seconds ago and is standing behind him. Peter is talking with a woman, and they seem to be having a great time talking and drinking beer. All these answers are possible. Should I take away the preposiotion 'of' from the question in order to get all those answers? What isn't Fred aware of? a) He isn’t aware of the presence of his wife behind him. b) He isn't aware that his wife has arrived. c) He isn't aware that his wife is there. d) He isn't aware that his wife is behind him. Is this true? We can be aware of 'something (a noun)' or aware that 'something has happened or is true (a clause - which includes a verb).' Example: I'm aware of 'the test' (noun) and I'm also aware that 'the test is hard' (clause). Thanks in advance.