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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Take after ( সদৃশ হওয়া ) The boy takes after his father.
  • Distinguish between ( প্রভেদ করা ) Distinguish between a phrase and a clause.
  • Occupied with ( নিয়োজিত (কাজ) ) He is occupied with his studies.
  • Charge with ( অভিযোগ করা (ত্রুটি) ) He was charged with theft.
  • Disgrace to ( কলঙ্ক ) He is disgrace to his family.
  • Agree to ( একমত হওয়া (প্রস্তাব) ) I can't agree to the proposals.

Idioms:

  • when pigs fly ( কখনও না ) I will help you when pigs fly
  • Come off with flying colours ( জয়লাভ করা ) Our School team came off with flying colours.
  • To and fro ( এদিন-ওদিক ) Being unable to make up his mind the man is walking to and fro.
  • Out of doors ( বাহিরে ) It is rather cold out of doors.
  • As it were ( যেন ) The sun is, as it were , the lamp of the universe.
  • At random ( বেপরোয়া ; এলোমেলো ) He hit the ball at random.