(someone) is amazed at ("how" clause)

Use this phrase to express your surprise and amazement about some quality of a thing:

I was amazed at how easy it was to make.

I'm totally amazed at how you've been able to make connections with so many influential people in just a few months.

In spoken English, you may sometimes hear people leave out the "at":

I'm just amazed how quickly you were able to pick that up.

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