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Idioms and Phrases PART - 1 (In Marathi)
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In this particular lessons Durgesh Makwan discussing 10 Important Idioms and Phrases for Govt. Exams.

Durgesh Makwan
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thnq so much sir???sir aak req hain or bhi jitne chapter hain uska bhi video upload kijiya???
Vivek kumar
a year ago
sure.. soon I will upload
Abhiral Mishra
a year ago
thnq so much sir
Vivek kumar
a year ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/overview-of-the-course-in-hindi/9BN7NR67 for new course please go through this link
Nice sir..... Ran away la.. Best word Elope aapn wapru shkto
Aj
nice videos aahet sir
sir,marathi ani english grammer wae course banwa na..psi ani excise psi sathi use astil ase banwa sir.plzzzz
Yachi pdf kuthe bhetel
  1. Durgesh Makwan VERIFIED EDUCATOR AT UNACADEMY TOP EDUCATOR 2017 https://unacademy.com/user/Durgeshmakwan unacademy


  2. English Vocabulary 300 + Selected Idioms and Phrases MPSC Mains & Combine Mains Exam


  3. PART -1


  4. A fair weather friend V A friend during the time of prosperity only . I cannot believe that John was a fair - weather friend of mine because he has promised to help me whenever necessary


  5. 2 A hard nut to crack v A difficult problem to solve .How to tackle the non-performing asset is a hard nut to crack for bank industry all over the world.


  6. 3 A nine days wonder Something which causes great excitement for short time . She left her husband and ran away with a younger man. It was a nine days wonder


  7. 4 Tooth and nail To protest violently, forcefully We had to fight tooth and nail to get the government to admit they were wrong


  8. 5 A cock and bull story An absurd -(illogical) tale . She started to tell some cock and bull story to the police officers about how she found a huge bag containing 5 kg. of gold.


  9. 6 Up to the mark Not below the average This teacher demands hard work from his students, to keep them up to the mark.


  10. 7 A wild goose chase A foolish and fruitless search e She feels what Mr. Wang is doing is a wild-goose chase.