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The teacher was angry against him.
The teacher was angry with him.

We get angry with a person but at a thing: We were angry at the weather (not: with the weather).

Also annoyed with, vexed with, indignant with a person, but at a thing.

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My sister is good in maths.
My sister is good at maths.

Bad at, clever at, quick at, slow at, etc. However, weak in: He's weak in grammar.

He's good in class means that his conduct is good. 

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He's now ashamed from his conduct.
He's now ashamed of his conduct.

It isn't correct to use ashamed of meaning shy. Ashamed means feeling shame or guilt about something. Shy means feeling nervous with someone. Instead of saying: I'm ashamed (or shamed) of my teacher, say: I'm shy of my teacher.

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I hope he'll succeed in his work.
I hope he'll succeed at his work.

A person succeeds to a property, a title, or an office: Queen Elizabeth II succeeded to the throne in 1952. Also one person can succeed another.

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They're leaving to England soon.
They're leaving for England soon.
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