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Human Being Idioms Part1(In Hindi)
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In this lesson there will be brief description of theme based idioms with proper examples and explanation to make it easy to understand.

Shalini Bhatt
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suyash is gentleman at large
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*AS* fit as fiddle 🙂
mam isn't this one correct? A gentleman at large is an idiom in English and used for someone who has lots of wealth as well as time. but you had given : a unreliable person. !!!!!!
Shalini Bhatt
5 months ago
yes sir...you are right....it's the meaning but idioms ke meaning hume options dekhkar relate karne hote hain...and this idiom was in exam but options mein wealthy nahi tha....us queation nein hane relate karna tha....ki jo wealthy hoga uspar pely nahi jar sakte kya pata help.kare na kare.....yeh sare questions examination ke options se hain
Shalini Bhatt
5 months ago
*us question mein hume relate karna tha.... ki jo wealthy hoga uspar rely nahi kar sakte
Mahendar Pal Rawat
5 months ago
i got it. thanks a lot for your response.. mein bhul gya the sometimes options unexpected hote hain.
god bless you mam
Shalini Bhatt
5 months ago
Thank you sir
  1. SHALINI BHATT Teaching experience of 4 BSC Honours (English educator) years. Hobbies Reading novels, writing, painting


  2. ENGLISH SESSION IDIOMS AND PHRASES Presented by: SHALINI BHATT


  3. THEME BASED IDIOMS


  4. HUMAN BEING IDIOMS SNO WORDS 1 At one's wit's end 2 At the spur of the MEANING Perplexed At the exact time moment 3 Above board Honest and straight forward 4 At fit as a fiddle Strong and healthy


  5. HUMAN BEING IDIOMS SNO WORDS MEANING By one means or another Repent To destroy Die while in service By hook or by crook 6 Cry over spilt milk 7 Dig the grave 8 Die in harness


  6. HUMAN BEING IDIOMS SNO WORDS 9 Eat humble pie 10 Gentlemen at large An unreliable person 11 Give the devil his due Give credit to a worthless person for MEANING To apologize his good qualities 12 Kith and kin Blood relation