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Idioms and Phrases PART - 5 (In Marathi)
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In this particular lessons Durgesh Makwan discussing 10 Idioms and Phrases.

Durgesh Makwan
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Mam trueman padne k liye bohut time lagta hai kya kare?
Juhi Mishra
8 months ago
Book me hi underline krte hue chle. Jo Ncert based ho utna hi pdhe
Debayan Pal
8 months ago
matlab Jo topics NCERT main Hain usko topic Ko hi deep learning Karu?
Juhi Mishra
8 months ago
when ram and shyam playing cricket, ram bat firstly but ram not bowl to shyam, it was just a left handed oath from ram to shyam.😂🤣
In our country many fraud people takes a left handed oath
Every morning I take a left handed oath of getting up early in the morning from next day or Every morning I take a left handed oath of getting up at 5 am.
Durgesh Makwan
2 years ago
Impressive Ashish.. you are really one of consistent learner. superb .. Keep learning. 👍💐
Many politician takes a left handed oath.
Durgesh Makwan
2 years ago
Nice one .. Keep watching.more lessons.

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

  3. PART-5

  4. A tower of strength Great support / Pillar of strength . You're always a tower of strength.

  5. 2 Turn against To become hostile towards . Those who were once for him have turned against him.

  6. 3 A stone's throw A very short distance, very near . Shahrukh khan's bungalow is just a stone's throw from Salman khan's Apartment.

  7. 4 A left handed oath A oath which is not binding Mention Sentence in Comment Box

  8. 5 A slip of the tounge A verbal error or an error in speaking I called her new boyfriend by her previous boyfriend's name, it was just a slip of the tongue.

  9. 6 A lucky dog A fortune fellow I when a person runs into some luck or good fortune > dar o Did you hear that Pratik got a scholarship ? what a lucky dog!

  10. 7 A man of letters a male scholar or author, literate person. . He was a man of letters with no interest in current affairs.