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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Partiality for ( পক্ষপাত দুষ্ট ) He has no Partiality for his son.
  • Blind to ( দোষের প্রতি অন্ধ ) He is blind to his won faults.
  • Pity for ( করুণা ) Have pity for the poor.
  • Dispose of ( বিক্রয় করা ) He disposed of his books.
  • Pride on ( গর্ব করা ) He prides himself on his high birth.
  • Favourable to ( অনুকূল (ব্যক্তি) ) This situation is favourable to me for doing this.

Idioms:

  • Cats and dogs ( মূষল ধারে ) It was raining cats and dogs.
  • To and fro ( এদিন-ওদিক ) Being unable to make up his mind the man is walking to and fro.
  • In the long run ( পরিশেষে ) You will have to suffer in the long run.
  • Square meal ( পেট ভরা আহার ) He is too poor to have a square meal every day.
  • A rainy day ( দুর্দিন ) Everybody should save something for rainy day.
  • All on a sudden ( হঠাৎ ) All on a sudden a tiger came out of the bush.