Ashamed of, not from

Ashamed of, not from

Don’t Say:
He’s now ashamed from his conduct.

Say:
He’s now ashamed of his conduct.

Note:
it isn’t correct to use ashamed of meaning shy Ashamed means feeling shame or guilt about something .Shy means feeling nervous with someone Instead of saying: I’m ashamed (or shamed) of my teacher, say I’m shy of my teacher