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Use the preposition at to denote direction: throw at, shout at, fire at, shoot at. Shoot (without the at) means to kill: He shot a bird (= he hit and killed it)
Also shake with and shiver with: The thief was shaking with fear.
We say pleased at or pleased with if an abstract noun or a clause follows: They were pleased at (or with) what he said; They were pleased at (or with) her results.
Anxious (= troubled)
Anxious meaning wishing very much takes for. Parents are anxious for their children's success.