1. Fall back on: to have a “backup plan”; to have a plan that you can use in an emergency(आपतकालीन बेला प्रयोग गर्न सक्ने एक योजना)
E. g. You should get a college degree, so just in case you are not successful as a singer, you will have something to fall back on.
2. Fall behind: to progress more slowly than others; to be at a lower level than others(अरू भन्दा बिस्तारै प्रगति गर्नु)
E. g. I was sick for a week, so I fell behind in class. Now I have to do extra work just to catch up.
3. Fall for: 1) to be attracted to someone; to fall in love with someone(आकर्षित हुनु वा प्रेममा पर्नु)
E. g. Jane fell for Bill the first time she laid eyes on him. It was love at first sight.
2) to believe a lie; to be tricked by someone; to be gullible
E. g. I told Mike that it was snowing in the desert and he believed me! That guy falls for everything!
4. Fall into: to “end up” doing something that you hadn’t planned to do or didn’t originally want to do(नसोचको कुरा गर्नु)
E. g. Jack used to be a model student, but recently he fell into the wrong crowd and has been getting into trouble.
5. Fall off: to decrease (especially: sales, numbers, profits, etc. )(घटौति हुनु)
E. g. After the holiday peak season, sales usually fall off until the summer.
6. Fall through: if a plan is unsuccessful or an expectation is not met, you say it “fell through”(योजना असफल हुनु)
E. g. We were going to go camping this weekend, but our plans fell through due to the rain.
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