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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Open to ( উন্মুক্ত ) His plan is open to objection.
  • Different from ( পৃথক ) This book is different from that.
  • Respect to ( সম্বন্ধে ) We are talking with respect to that matter.
  • Opposite to ( বিপরীত ) Your idea is opposite to mine.
  • Blush with (for) ( লজ্জায় রাঙা হওয়া ) She blushed with shame.
  • Crave for ( আকাঙ্খা করা ) He craves for wealth.

Idioms:

  • Carry the day ( জয়লাভ করা ) Rajib, the best player of the school, carried the day in the annual sports.
  • Hard nut to crack ( কঠিন সমস্যা ) The problem of adult education is really a hard nut to crack.
  • Widow's mite ( দরিদ্রর ক্ষুদ্র দান ) A widow's mite is no less important than a large contribution of a rich man.
  • be up and doing ( উঠে-পড়ে লাগা )
  • For good ( চিরকালের জন্য ) He left the country for good.
  • All on a sudden ( হঠাৎ ) All on a sudden a tiger came out of the bush.