Collocations with the Word “Habit”

In today's lesson, you will find a few commonly used expressions which collocate with the word "habit"

Collocations about Newspaper

Here are some common expressions related to newspaper

10 Expressions with “Money”

Here are some word combinations with the noun "money" that often go together

Holiday Collocations

It is a high holiday season and many of us have been looking forward to our holidays. Whether you're going to the seaside, lakes or mountains, or have some other plans, I'm sure it'll be useful to look at these holiday collocations: City break - a short holiday spent in a large city.Ex: Peter and … Continue reading Holiday Collocations

‘Cleaning’ Expressions

Nice and clean - very clean. Mary's house is always nice and clean. Spotlessly clean - totally clean. My mother's car is spotlessly clean. Clean up something - remove dirt. It took me two hours to clean up the mess after the party. Spring-clean- clean your place thoroughly. Judith spring-cleaned her apartment before Christmas. Dry … Continue reading ‘Cleaning’ Expressions

Collocations with the Verb ‘Meet’

Meet a deadline - finish work at the previously agreed time. Ex: All department was under stress, but we managed to meet a deadline. Meet the needs - provide what is necessary. Ex: We're working to meet the needs of our customers in 2020. Meet someone's expectations - to be as good as people think … Continue reading Collocations with the Verb ‘Meet’

Collocations with ‘Age’

Collocations are natural expressions and as such they are essential when learning a language. Here are some typical collocations with the word 'age': For ages - for a long time Ex: It took us ages to get out of the traffic! Look (one's) age - appear as old as you are. Ex: You don't look … Continue reading Collocations with ‘Age’

Collocations with ‘Move’

Here are some useful expressions with the word 'move' which can help your English sound more eloquent and natural: Good/bad/important/smart/clever move One smart move could stop the war. Make a move Judith couldn’t make a move when the lights went out. Move back to Move back to the old lifestyle. Move away from Move away … Continue reading Collocations with ‘Move’

Expressions with “Say”

Here are some collocation with "say" to help you be more natural when speaking English: Have something/nothing to say Carla had nothing to say regarding the missing things. Want/long to say I want to say the truth! Suffice (it) to say Suffice it to say, I invested much into that business. Dare (not) say I … Continue reading Expressions with “Say”

20 Collocations with the Verb ‘Give’

Here are some natural collocations with the verb 'give': Give sb a chance – allow someone to do or be something.Ex: The manager decided to give him a chance and promote him. Give the impression - opinion you have about someone.Ex: Sheila gives the impression that she cares about her work. Give your opinion – … Continue reading 20 Collocations with the Verb ‘Give’