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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Zeal for ( প্রবল উৎসাহ ) He has a zeal for social work.
  • True to ( বিশ্বস্ত ) He is true to his master.
  • Pity for ( করুণা ) Have pity for the poor.
  • Difference between ( পার্থক্য ) There is no difference between the two brothers.
  • Superior to ( উৎকৃষ্টতর ) This type of rice is superior to that.
  • Liking for ( রুচি ) She has a liking for music.

Idioms:

  • Build castles in the air ( আকাশ কুসুম চিন্তা করা ) Don't idle away your time in building castles in the air.
  • All but ( প্রায় ) The poor villagers are all but ruined.
  • under the weather ( ভাল না ; অসুস্থ ) I've been feeling under the weather
  • On the wane ( হ্রাসমান ) His fame is on the wane now.
  • All on a sudden ( হঠাৎ ) All on a sudden a tiger came out of the bush.
  • throw dust in ones hands full ( কারো চোখে ধূলো দেওয়া )