"I was reading the dictionary. I thought
it was a poem about everything."
                     --Steven Wright

Appropriate Preposition:

  • Adjacent to ( সংলগ্ন ) Her college is adjacent to her house.
  • Prior to ( পূর্বে ) Prior to that, he was in a wretched condition.
  • Displeased with ( অসন্তুষ্ট ) I am displeased with him at his conduct.
  • Ignorant of ( অজ্ঞ ) He is ignorant of this rule.
  • Addicted to ( আসক্ত ) He is addicted to separate.
  • Partial to ( পক্ষপাত দুষ্ট ) He is partial to his son.

Idioms:

  • Far and wide ( সর্বত্র ) His fame as a scholar spread far and wide
  • Weal and woe ( সুখ-দুঃখ ) Human life is full of weal and woe.
  • Call a spade a spade ( অপ্রিয় সত্য কথা বলা ) I have no hesitation to call a spade a spade.
  • Make both ends meet ( আয়ব্যয় মেলানো ) I cannot make both ends meet with my small income.
  • Ins and outs ( খুঁটিনাটি সব কিছু ) I know the ins and outs of the matter.
  • Out of doors ( বাহিরে ) It is rather cold out of doors.