We've come to a decision: we love collocations! A collocation is a pair or group of words that are used together. One example is "come to a decision." Check out our #AmericanEnglish graphic for other collocations that use the verbs "come" and "go." Can you use one or more of these in a sentence?

We've come to a decision: we love collocations! A collocation is a pair or group of words that are used together. One example is "come to a decision." Check out our #AmericanEnglish graphic for other collocations that use the verbs "come" and "go." Can you use one or more of these in a sentence?

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collocations with make and do

collocations with make and do

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How to use the verb get

How to use the verb get

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Cancha

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Break

Break

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Collocations with 'work'.

Collocations with 'work'.

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Collocations.

Collocations.

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Some words go together better than others. A collocation is just that: a combination of words that are commonly used together. For example, the verb "ask" is often used with the preposition "for": I asked for help. These combinations can sometimes be difficult for English language learners. Check out the first of our collocations graphic! #AmericanEnglish

Some words go together better than others. A collocation is just that: a combination of words that are commonly used together. For example, the verb "ask" is often used with the preposition "for": I asked for help. These combinations can sometimes be difficult for English language learners. Check out the first of our collocations graphic! #AmericanEnglish

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time

time

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We hope this post is interesting! These Synonym Sunday words aren't exact synonyms, but all of these words are similar to the word "interesting." Check out the #AmericanEnglish graphic for these adjectives: engrossing, absorbing, enthralling, riveting, compelling, intriguing, fascinating, captivating & engaging. What other words can you add to this list?

We hope this post is interesting! These Synonym Sunday words aren't exact synonyms, but all of these words are similar to the word "interesting." Check out the #AmericanEnglish graphic for these adjectives: engrossing, absorbing, enthralling, riveting, compelling, intriguing, fascinating, captivating & engaging. What other words can you add to this list?

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