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- English Module 2.4 Concordance
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National Geographic Learning - issuu
After some discussion of contexts in which these words mht be used, we produced the following: It was immediately clear to me how helpful it was to use collocation to hht the differences between the two verbs.
Dictionary of Old English - pedia
Most learners at intermediate level or above would be familiar with all three of the verbs, but few would realise that it is possible to collocate ‘run’ and ‘risk’.
What's in a word? Onestopenglish
For example, one of my learners recently asked the difference in meaning between glance and glimpse.
English Module 2.4 Concordance
I have also found collocation useful in explaining the difference between opposites: There is also a difference between strong/weak and frequent/infrequent collocations. a warm day) is not necessarily strong, as either word in the partnership suggests a number of other collocates: In the same way, a particularly strong collocation may be used very infrequently (e.g. The most useful combination for teaching purposes, then, seems to be a combination of strong (but not completely fixed) and frequent.
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