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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Preferable to ( অধিক পছন্দযোগ্য ) Death is preferable to dishonor.
  • Require of ( প্রয়োজন হওয়া (কোন কিছু) ) I required a loan of him.
  • Slow of ( ধীর ) He is slow of speech. He is slow at figures. He is slow in writing.
  • Esteem for ( শ্রদ্ধা ) He has esteem for the superiors.
  • Favourable to ( অনুকূল (ব্যক্তি) ) This situation is favourable to me for doing this.
  • Taste for ( রুচি ) She has no taste for music.

Idioms:

  • Heart and soul ( সর্বান্তঃকরণে ) Try heard and soul and you will succeed.
  • By far ( সর্বাংশে ) He is by far the best boy in the class.
  • As it were ( যেন ) The sun is, as it were , the lamp of the universe.
  • Head and ears ( সম্পূর্ণরূপে ) He is over head and ears in debt.
  • Take to one's heels ( ছুটিয়া পালানো ) The thieves took to their heels to see the police.
  • clever hit ( কথার মতন কথা )