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Cambridge English Collocations in Use Advanced

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    What is a collocation? Collocation means a natural combination of words; it refers to the way English words are closely associated with each other. For example, pay and attention go together, as do commit and crime, blond goes with hair and heavy with rain.
    Why learn collocations? You need to learn collocations because they will help you to speak and write English in a more natural and accurate way. People will probably understand what you mean if you talk about making a crime or say there was very hard rain this morning, but your language will sound unnatural and might perhaps confuse. Did you mean that there was a lot of rain or perhaps that there was a hailstorm?
    • Paperback: 128 pages
    • Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2008
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 978-0-521-70780-0
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