"I was reading the dictionary. I thought
it was a poem about everything."
                     --Steven Wright

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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Displeased with ( অসন্তুষ্ট ) I am displeased with him at his conduct.
  • Due to ( কারণে ) His absence is due to illness.
  • Mad with ( উন্মাদ প্রায় ) He is mad with pain.
  • Agree to ( একমত হওয়া (প্রস্তাব) ) I can't agree to the proposals.
  • Rejoice in ( আনন্দ করা ) Every one rejoiced in her success.
  • Access to ( প্রবেশ অধিকার ) Public has no access to this area.

Idioms:

  • After all ( সবকিছু সত্ত্বেও ) After all, he is a patriot.
  • In vogue ( চালু ) This custom is not in vogue now.
  • Turn a deaf ear to ( মনোযোগ না দেওয়া ) He turned a deaf ear to my proposal.
  • Square meal ( পেট ভরা আহার ) He is too poor to have a square meal every day.
  • In fine ( পরিশেষ ) In fine he declared his plan.
  • By far ( সর্বাংশে ) He is by far the best boy in the class.