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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Disgrace to ( কলঙ্ক ) He is disgrace to his family.
  • Tide over ( অতিক্রম করা ) He will soon tide over the difficulty.
  • Free from ( মুক্ত ) He is now free from danger.
  • Open at ( উন্মুক্ত করা বা খোলা ) Open at page 20 of English book.
  • Sympathy for ( সহানুভূতি ) I have no sympathy for him.
  • Divert from ( অন্যদিকে নেওয়া ) The loud music diverted my attention from study.

Idioms:

  • Lion's share ( সিংহভাগ ) He took the lion's share of the profit.
  • Slip of the tongue ( বলায় সামান্য ভুল ) This is a slip of the tongue, don't lay much stress on it.
  • Make both ends meet ( আয়ব্যয় মেলানো ) I cannot make both ends meet with my small income.
  • Dead language ( যে ভাষা এখন আর কথ্য নয় ) Sanskrit is a rich language, but it is now a dead language.
  • Now and then ( মাঝে মাঝে ) He comes here now and then.
  • Gift of the gab ( বাককটুতা ) An advocate should have the gift of the gab.