Is busy a preposition?
Similarly, which preposition is used with busy?
The point which comes to my mind is, when we use gerund (verb+ing) after "busy" then there will be no preposition (directly after "busy"), and when we use "noun" after "busy" then there will be a preposition "with".
Also, what kind of word is busy? Busy, diligent, industrious imply active or earnest effort to accomplish something, or a habitual attitude of such earnestness. Busy means actively employed, temporarily or habitually: a busy official.
In this way, is Busy an adjective or adverb?
busy is an adjective and a verb, busily is an adverb:He is too busy to see you now.
What kind of adjective is busy?
Definitions and Synonyms ?