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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Remedy for ( প্রতিকার ) There is no remedy for this disease.
  • Blind to ( দোষের প্রতি অন্ধ ) He is blind to his won faults.
  • Desire for ( ইচ্ছা ) He has no desire for fame.
  • Enquire of ( অনুসন্ধান করা (ব্যক্তি) ) He enquired of me into the matter.
  • Tell upon ( ক্ষতি করা ) Over-eating tells upon health.
  • Insist on ( জিদ করা ) He insisted on my going home.

Idioms:

  • vile sycophant ( খঁয়ের খা )
  • At one’s own sweet will ( খুশি মতো ) He still does it at his own sweet will.
  • to the bad ( মন্দাবস্থায় ; ঘাটতি অবস্থায় )
  • walk in someone shoes ( কারো অভিজ্ঞতা বা অবস্থানে থাকা বোঝায় ) When you walk in my shoes, you might understand.
  • Red letter day ( স্মরণীয় দিন ) The 21 February is a red letter day in the history of Bangladesh.
  • Head and ears ( সম্পূর্ণরূপে ) He is over head and ears in debt.