GUERREROWO APPLIED GRAMMARaleis
Get on () 11 get up early in the morning
Get up () 1 The get up of the book is fine.
Get beyond (d): The boy got beyond the depth and was drowned. Get away ( ) : The driver got away before our eyes.
Get out (fce wom): Don’t get out in the rain.
Get out (tom) The secret will get out one day. Get by () 11 can not get by my family with such small salary.
Get down (ov): Get down what I say deman
Get down to (1) Let us get down to our job..
Get In (): When does the train get in?
Get in (feat) The rain can get in the room through the broken pain.
Go about (TO) 1 He is too week to go about. I
Go about(): Go about your business all
Go about (UPG): A rumour goes about that he will resign.ph Ba
Go abroad (pic mom) i He will go abroad.
Go after (e) The tiger went after the deer, d
Go against (fe) I can not go against my boss
Go ahead (m/f) 11 can not go ahead with my studies for poverty. Go aside (R RON/ WON) :: We should not go aside from the right path.
Go at (h/f) 11 The mob went at the baricade and remove it.
Go at (): They go at one another at the slightest fury.
Go away(): They go away at one another at the slightest fury.
Go away ( ) He has gone away from the country for ever. Go back opon/from (c): A true Muslim can not go back upon/ from his word.
Go beyond ( সীমা ছাড়াইয়া যাওয়া না পাওয়া ) The teacher went beyon his discussion and the students failed to understand him. The little girl went beyond her depth
and was frowned.
Go by(): He goes by a nick name here. Go by (): Students should go by the advice of their superiors.
Go by (fez tom) Goldern days of childhood are gone by.
Go down (): The sun has gone down.bebi J
Go down (free) : The independence of Bengal went down in the Battle of Palassey, Go down (H): The price of rice has gone down.
Go for (fece ett) 1 Dr. Shahidullah goes in our country for a vast scholar. Go for (me) He went for a doctor.
Go forth (o) A rumour went forth that he has left the country. Go in for (d) : The public will go in for the abolition of autocracy. Go off (o): The function went off in a decent way.
Go off ( ceface) The revolver went off suddenly Go on (eo) I am going on well with my studies.
ADVANCED LEARNERS ENGLISH GRAMMAR & COMPOSITION.
Go out (fcemo) Do not go out in the rain.
Go out (cs ment) : The candle went out.
Go over (1) He went over the accounts. Go through (C): The old sallor went through untold sufferings.
Go through (1) I went through the book. Go through (e rom) i The verdict was gone through by all the members.
Go up (mm): The price of rice has gone up.
Go upon (): An Immoral man does not go upon any morality. Go with (P) I can not go with you on this point.
Go without (cara forats): Sometime the poor go without food.
Grow up (m): The boy will be a great leader when he will grow up.
Grow to (warm) Well educated man grows to name and fame.
Hand down (): The belief in ghosts has been handed down from the past. Hand in (ro): The leader handed in his resignation.
Hand on (O): Hand on the package to my brother.
Hand over (e) : The peon handed over the letter to him.
Hang down (): The student hung down his head with shame. Hang upon ( fr ): The supporters hung upon their leader’s speech.
Hang up (): He hung up the picture in his reading room.
Hang over (e) : The decision was hung over. Hang about (Nice yafen ) : A suspicious mind always hangs about.
Hang back (e) I can hang back from my decision.
Hang on (ঝুলে থাকা/কারো উপরে নির্ভর করা livelihood.
) An active man does not like to hang on others for his
Hang on (W): Please, hang on some minutes.
Hang on (কোন জিনিষের উপরে ঝুলে থাকা ) He hang on the rope. Hold
Hold back (conceal, c) He tried to hold back the secret from me.
Hold by (adhere to s None held by me in my danger.
Hold in (check ) He failed to hold in his temper.
Hold off (keep aloof, e) A good boy holds off from bad boys. Hold on (stick to- ) An honest man holds on his principles.
Hold out (P) He did not hold out his hands to me.
Hold out (): The enemy held out for many days. Hold out(): This tank does not hold out much water.
Hold over (): The meeting was held over.
Hold to (T): I shall hold to my plan.
Hold together (1) The two friend held together for many days. Hold up (B) He failed to hold up his spirits to the last
Hold up (/) All communication was held up for a few days.
Hold with (v tom): I can not hold with you on this point. Keep
Keep away/off ( ) A good boy keeps himself away from evil company. Keep at/to (OR) He could not keep at his principle.
Keep back () Do not keep back anything from me.
Keep down (0) He kept down his anger. Keep from (t He keeps from evil company. Keep in
(): One should keep in at the time of biting cold. Keep on (eo): I am keeping on well with my studies.
Keep up (1/1/71747): The boy kept up the honour of his family. ing
Keep up with (ff) I can not keep up with my friends. Knock
Knock down (fe) The truck knocked down the passer-by.
Knock off (PT A COMBI/BITH): We should not knock off anything.
Knock out (fe/fare zom): He knocked out his opponent in one round.
Knock up ( মৃদু টোকা দ্বারা স্মরণ করানো/দ্রুত তৈরী করা/পরিশ্রান্ত হওয়া ) My mother knocked me up at six a. m.
Lay about (ICT): The wrestler began to lay about his rival.
Lay aside ( সরিয়ে রাখা/ ভবিষ্যতের জন্য সঞ্চয় করা) We should lay aside something for rainy Lay by () We should lay something for rainy days.
Lay down (f/f// #Many soldiers laid down their
Lay out (স্থাপন করা /ব্যয় করা / সাজানো ) The minister lald out the foundation of the school.
Lay up (s): He is laid up with dysentery.
Look about for/Look for (cita): I am looking for a good job.ara tex
Look after (r) I look after my parents. Look down upon ( osteo) The poor are generally looked down upon.p
Look forward (we wer): 1 look forward to receiving your answer.
Look into (es): The chairman looked into the matter.
Look in (EWA) I shall look in when I pass by your house.
Look on/upon (/facere) I look upon him as my brother. Look out fare Della looked out of the window.
Look out for (car) I am looking out for a good job. Look over/through (en) The examiner looked over the scripts. Look to (1/60) Look to your own business.
- Look up (w) Look up the word into the dictionary, Look up to (s) He looks up to lus elder.