Collocations in English – Learn English Vocabulary



In this lesson, you can learn about collocations in English. But, what are collocations? Collocation means that some words fit together, and other words don’t.
In this class, you’ll learn about common collocations in English, how to learn and remember collocations, and why you should focus on collocations as part of your English study. Don’t forget to leave us a comment and practice!

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Contents:
1. The Most Common Collocations in English 1:57
2. How to Find and Learn Collocations 4:46
3. How to Remember and Use Collocations 8:54
4. How to Boost Your Vocabulary With Collocation Study 11:37

This lesson will help you:
– Understand what collocation is.
– Learn the most common collocations in English.
– See where you can find collocations to study and learn.
– Learn useful tips on how to remember and use collocations.
– Find ways to boost your vocabulary with collocation study.

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40 thoughts on “Collocations in English – Learn English Vocabulary

  1. This topic is very interesting and useful. Actually, it seems a little bit difficult and needs efforts to be mastered. Thank you so much for you smooth easy was of explaining. I've enjoyed learning something new.

  2. This is what I was looking for in my entire life. This is the word that I need to know and use in real life. It is a way that will make me look unique and distinguished.

  3. Amazing! Why do I, despite the fact that I am a subscriber, do not get notifications when you post a new video? What am I doing wrong? Collocation is a bitch. Sorry about that. If you don't study it and try to use it in your everyday language, it just bites you in the a**. I have been dealing with collocations for some time now, and I believe you need a huge amount of listening and reading exposure so you can start using them. I have loved the video. BTW, if I made any collocation mistakes in my comment, let me knwo.

  4. I was learning transformation from book, then I found Noun Phrases in Google, afterwards I found Collocation here and now decided to look up here😂😂

  5. Very interesting topic, " Collocations ". I have really enjoyed this informative video. Well explained. A lot of thanks to Oxford Online English.

  6. Really well done. Helps me understand the logic (or lack thereof) of certain combinations and phrases.. Alarm went off?.. Brain storm?.. and what describes a funeral? Any words?

  7. The truth is that I never knew even if anything like collocations exist. Our teacher of English shared a link with the whole class and I bet I haven't watched a more precise and conceptually crystal clear lesson ever. This channel is great initiative taken and must be continued so the true spirit of vocal and written English could be observed in the student as well as in a common man.

  8. It's strange for me the saying "make a whish" (pedir un deseo) .where are you elaborating something?
    José from Argentina

  9. Thank you, Daniel and Kasia, for the interesting topic. It is interesting to know that some words fit together while others do not. This topic covers a fairly wide range, including phrasal verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and noun collocations. I like the two paragraphs you gave learners to test their collocation knowledge. I discovered only 6 out of 10 collocations are available. I usually check my English knowledge, including collocation, according to Google Translate English / Vietnamese. I often compare my English version with the Google Translate version to discover my mistakes. That way I will improve my English, I believe so. Thanks again and see you again.

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  12. This was an incredible lesson!!. I was just reading an article and looking for collocations. Fortunately, I found out lots of them, but I wasn't capable to figure out how to remember all the different collocations in the long term and how to organize all of them. I started by making a list of them, but after listening to your video I realized that I was making the wrong choice. You are totally right when you said that it's better making full sentences meaningful for me and choosing some groups of topics for all of them. I really appreciate your suggestions. Thanks!!!!!!.

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