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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Take after ( সদৃশ হওয়া ) The boy takes after his father.
  • Differ with ( ভিন্ন মত হওয়া (ব্যক্তি) ) I differ with you on this point.
  • Angry for ( রাগান্বিত (কোন কিছু) ) I am angry for something.
  • Complain to ( অভিযোগ করা (ব্যক্তি) ) The complained to the Director against the Manager about her behavior.
  • Accompanied with ( একসঙ্গে ঘটা ) He has fever accompanied with headache.
  • Distinguish between ( প্রভেদ করা ) Distinguish between a phrase and a clause.

Idioms:

  • To the backbone ( হাড়ে হাড়ে ) The boy is wicked to the backbone.
  • Call a spade a spade ( অপ্রিয় সত্য কথা বলা ) I have no hesitation to call a spade a spade.
  • till the cows come home ( অনেক সময় ধরে ) I could play outside till the cows come home
  • Hard and fast ( বাঁধা ধরা ) There is no such hard and fast rule in this matter.
  • Dead of night ( মধ্য রাত্রি ) The robbers broke into the house at dead of night.
  • At dagger drawn ( খড়গহস্ত ) The two brothers are now at daggers drawn.