Using に with adjectives?
I want to know if there is a rule or way of thinking that makes it easier to understand which adjectives can be used in the following pattern. 体にいいです。<br/> 健康にわるいです。<br/> 酒によわいです。<br/> 電車に詳しいです。<br/> その場にふさわしかった。<br/> I tried using 子供に怖い and it was unacceptable, so I wish to know, what is the general relationship between the noun and the adjective and how do you know in what sense to use them and which adjectives it works with. Can you explain using more examples? Please be as verbose as possible as I cannot find ANYTHING about it on the internet or in any textbooks despite copious amounts of searching. Random ideas: Is it related to: > 1. お金がないのに・・・ 2. おみやげにチョコをもらった。