collocations

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Collocations; An expression consisting of two or more words that correspond to some conventional way of saying things. Idioms; A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meanings of its individual words. Phrasal verbs; The combination of a verb + a particle (preposition

Some Common Verbs Collocations

Some Common Verbs Collocations Have, do, make, take, break, catch with collocations. Follow the list for collocations in english;

Collocations – Adverbs + Adjectives

Collocations – Adverbs + Adjectives Ridiculously easy, utterly ridiculous, deeply concerned, strongly opposed, highly successful and etc… Follow the list;

Important Expressions with DO and MAKE

Important Expressions with DO and MAKE Do; to do favour, to do project, to do business, to do homework, to do nothing and etc… Make; to make a booking, to make a cake, to make a choice and etc… Follow the list for other expressions;

Collocations With HAVE

Collocations With HAVE Have an accident, have an argument, have a conversation, have a chat, have a dream and etc… Follow the list for other collocations;

Collocations with BREAK, MAKE, CATCH and DO

Collocations with BREAK, MAKE, CATCH and DO Break a habit, break a leg, catch a ball, catch fire, catch a bus, do business, do your hair and etc… Follow the list;

Collocations – Adjective + Money

Collocations – Adjective + Money Collocations; words that often appear together; Easy money, hard-earned money, hush money. Follow the list for examples;

Collocations with DO, PLAY, GO

Collocations with DO, PLAY, GO Do; karate, judo, ballet, yoga. Play; basketball, tennis, golf… Go; swimming, hiking, running and etc…;

Common Collocations – Verb + Preposition

Common Collocations – Verb + Preposition Common Collocations – Verb + Preposition – about, from, at, in, for. Follow the list for examples and expressions;

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’ Get lost, Get fired, Get a job, Get a life, Get home, Get ready, Get started, Get married, Get divorced, Get permission, Get the picture, Get a promotion. Take part in something, Take time, Take a look, Take a bath, Take a shower, Take a break, Take a chance, Take a picture, Take  a taxi, Take a seat, Take notes, Take