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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Argue against ( যূক্তি দেখানো (কোন কিছু) ) I argued with him against the point.
  • Displeased with ( অসন্তুষ্ট ) I am displeased with him at his conduct.
  • Consist of ( গঠিত হওয়া ) This class consists of fifty boys and thirty girls.
  • Charge on or against ( অভিযোগ করা (ব্যক্তি) ) Theft was charged on (against) him.
  • Tired of ( ক্লান্ত ) I am Tired of doing the same thing day after day.
  • Partial to ( পক্ষপাত দুষ্ট ) He is partial to his son.

Idioms:

  • At one’s own sweet will ( খুশি মতো ) He still does it at his own sweet will.
  • After all ( সবকিছু সত্ত্বেও ) After all, he is a patriot.
  • Bed of roses ( আরামদায়ক অবস্থা ) Life is not a bed of roses.
  • Ins and outs ( খুঁটিনাটি সব কিছু ) I know the ins and outs of the matter.
  • Take one to task ( তিরস্কার করা ) He was taken to task for negligence of duty.
  • a bad apple ( কোনো একটা দলের সব ভালোর মধ্যে খারাপ বা মন্দটা ) In any group of average citizens there are bound to be a few bad apples.