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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Annoyed for ( বিরক্ত (কোন কিছু) ) I was annoyed for the music.
  • Liable to ( দায়ী ) He is liable to fine for his misconduct.
  • Quarrel about ( কলহ করা (কোনকিছু) ) They quarreled with one another about the property.
  • Limited to ( সীমাবদ্ধ ) Invitation was limited to members only.
  • Wonder at ( অবাক হওয়া ) I wonder at his ignorance.
  • Prior to ( পূর্বে ) Prior to that, he was in a wretched condition.

Idioms:

  • Make both ends meet ( আয়ব্যয় মেলানো ) I cannot make both ends meet with my small income.
  • Flesh and blood ( রক্তমাংসের শরীর ) Flesh and blood cannot bear with such insults.
  • At one’s wit’s end ( হতবুদ্ধি ) He was at his wit’s end and did not know what to do.
  • In fine ( পরিশেষ ) In fine he declared his plan.
  • Maiden speech ( প্রথম বক্তৃতা ) His maiden speech fell flat on the audience.
  • A rainy day ( দুর্দিন ) Everybody should save something for rainy day.