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Collocations with time

  Collocations with time Collocations are pairs of words or sequences of words which are often used together. Below you can learn the most common collocations with the word ‘time’ and read some examples.   As the pace of life increases, time is what people need the most. Learn how to talk about time with …

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Collocations with come

  Collocations with come   Collocations are pairs of words or sequences of words which are often used together. Below you can learn the most common collocations with ‘come’ and read some examples.   Come clean about Example: Mom, I need to come clean about the vase, I broke it not Tommy.   Come close …

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Collocations with take

  Collocations with take   Check out these collocations with the verb ‘take’.   take a bath/shower example:  I like to take showers in the mornings and baths in the evening.   take a bite example: I took a bite of the sandwich when I noticed it has tomatoes which I’m allergic to.   take …

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Collocations with make

  Collocations with make   The verb ‘make’ is used for creating and producing things and refers to the result. Below you can learn the most common collocations with ‘make’ and read some examples.   Make a complaint Example: I made a complaint to the manager about the poor service in the restaurant.   Make …

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Collocations with do

  Collocations with do   The verb ‘do’ is used with actions, repetitive tasks and obligations. Below you can learn the most common collocations with do and read some examples.   Do homework Example: John does his homework right after he comes back from school.   Do work Example: You should do the work you …