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The teacher is pleased with me.
The teacher is pleased from me.

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.

I suspect Kate of stealing the pen.
I suspect Kate for stealing the pen.

Also suspicious of: Dogs are suspicious of strangers.

My book is different from yours.
My book is different than yours.
The man was cured from his illness.
The man was cured of his illness.

The noun cure takes for There is no cure for that disease.

She's not interested in her work.
She's not interested for her work.

Also take an interest in: She takes a great interest in music.

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