Verb + Noun Collocations: DO-HAVE-MAKE-TAKE

Verb + Noun Collocations: DO-HAVE-MAKE-TAKE

Hi dear English learners! In today’s lesson, we are going to learn 45+ common verb+ noun collocations: DO-HAVE-MAKE-TAKE. Verbs do, have, make and take are very common in English and as such, they form lots of collocations. Very often, we can’t tell for sure which verb to use. Sometimes, these verbs collocate with the same nouns and the meanings of the collocations they form can be the same or different. For example, have and bath and take a bath have the same meaning, while make a bath means to prepare a bath.

20 ways to use the verb tell

20 Ways to Use the Verb TELL

Some people think that learning vocabulary is not as important as learning grammar. They try to adopt new words and phrases from books, movies, series and videos on YouTube. It is not a bad idea, to be honest, but let me tell you that you have to know much more than that to avoid awkward situations in which you don’t understand native speakers because they use collocations, idioms and phrasal verbs in their speech. So, when you learn a language you definitely need to dive deeper into the meanings of words and phrases and learn which words they collocate with, the idioms and phrasal verbs they form. It is very important. In that regard, we are going to look at 20 ways to use the verb tell.

32 Ways to Use the Verb PAY

Hi dear English learners! Have you paid a compliment to someone recently? If you want to find out what this expression means, keep on reading. Today, we will be learning collocations, phrasal verbs and idioms using the verb PAY. This verb usually has to do with money, but not necessarily. We can use it in collocations such as pay attention or pay a visit, which have nothing to do with money or paying. So, let’s learn 32 different ways to use the verb pay.

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