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Appropriate Preposition:

  • Grateful to ( কৃতজ্ঞ (ব্যক্তি) ) I am grateful to you for your help.
  • Dislike for ( অপছন্দ ) He has dislike for dogs.
  • Occur to ( মনে হওয়া ) The idea never occurred to me.
  • Inquire of ( অনুসন্ধান করা (ব্যক্তি) ) I inquired of him about the matter.
  • Indifferent to ( উদাসীন ) He is indifferent to our problem.
  • Talk to ( কথা বলা (ব্যক্তি) ) I am talking to (with) Mr. Roy.

Idioms:

  • Lion's share ( সিংহভাগ ) He took the lion's share of the profit.
  • Gift of the gab ( বাককটুতা ) An advocate should have the gift of the gab.
  • At one’s own sweet will ( খুশি মতো ) He still does it at his own sweet will.
  • Kith and kin ( নিকট আত্মীয় ) He has no good relationship with his kith and kin.
  • By leaps and bounds ( অতি দ্রুতগতিতে ) The population of Bangladesh is increasing by leaps and bounds.
  • throw dust in ones hands full ( কারো চোখে ধূলো দেওয়া )