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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Accompanied with ( একসঙ্গে ঘটা ) He has fever accompanied with headache.
  • Crave for ( আকাঙ্খা করা ) He craves for wealth.
  • Sick of ( পীড়িত, ক্লান্ত ) He is sick for home.
  • Afraid of ( ভীত ) I am not afraid of ghosts.
  • Engaged in ( নিযুক্ত (কাজে) ) I was engaged with him in talk.
  • Grateful to ( কৃতজ্ঞ (ব্যক্তি) ) I am grateful to you for your help.

Idioms:

  • Hard nut to crack ( কঠিন সমস্যা ) The problem of adult education is really a hard nut to crack.
  • Hard and fast ( বাঁধা ধরা ) There is no such hard and fast rule in this matter.
  • Flesh and blood ( রক্তমাংসের শরীর ) Flesh and blood cannot bear with such insults.
  • Gift of the gab ( বাককটুতা ) An advocate should have the gift of the gab.
  • Ins and outs ( খুঁটিনাটি সব কিছু ) I know the ins and outs of the matter.
  • Come to light ( প্রকাশিত হওয়া ) Their private talk has come to light at last.