Oxford Collocation Dictionary (PDF) 10

Oxford Collocation Dictionary (PDF) download Knowing the company a word keeps can be as easy as ABC.   A: Install a PDF reader (such as Adobe Acrobat, Foxit, etc.) on your computer. B: Open the PDF file provided in this post C: Enter the word you want to look up (in the Ctrl+F window) You ...

Lexical/Grammatical Collocations: Patterns and Examples 4

  Benson, Benson, and Ilson (1986) categorized English collocations into two classes: lexical collocations and grammatical collocations (with 7 and 8 types respectively); lexical collocations are made up only of verbs, adjectives, nouns and adverbs in different possible combinations while grammatical collocations contain words such as verbs, adjectives or nouns combined with a preposition or a ...

Cambridge – Michael McCarty – English Collocations In Use.pdf 2

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Collocations with “heavy” by R.E.Jones

Some collocations with heavy CERTAIN TYPES OF WEATHER You can talk about: a heavy snowfall / heavy snow a heavy frost heavy rain a heavy storm heavy (storm) clouds (But probably not, for example, a heavy typhoon or a heavy typhoon). WORK SCHEDULES You can talk about: a heavy schedule a heavy workload heavy day ...