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Franco ha muerto.

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Antonio Blanco Trigo

on 2 October 2014

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Transcript of Franco ha muerto.

Collocations


Five main points
What are collocations?
Different approaches
Function of collocations
Types of collocations

How to use them
“A collocation is a pair or
group of words that are often used together”.
Cambridge
Why are they important?
Accuracy and
NOT
repeating words.
Improve &
diversity
Approaches
Semantic
Structural
Lexical
Hacer (Spanish)
Do

Make
Homework
Business
An effort
Money
Quick food
Fast food
Determine the precision of speech
Types of collocations
Noun
+
Noun
Noun
+
Verb
Verb
+
Exp. with prep.
Verb
+
adverb
Adverb
+
adjective
He felt a
surge
of
anger
The
economy boomed
in 1990s
We had to return home
because we
had run out of money
She
placed
her
keys
gently
on the table
They are
happily married
.
Cambrigde's Exam
English collocation in use
Dictionary
(Oxford Collocations Dictionary)
How to use them
Online Resources
Speak
naturally
Webpages
Better-English
Corpus of contemporary American English
Englishexercises
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