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Language Lesson 3

Collocations

Collocations are words or arrangements of words which appear regularly whenever another word is used in a way which sounds natural to native speakers.


Look at the following and decide on a correct way of saying these sentences. Key words are between inverted commas " ".

Can you put them right?

1-The doctors "made" the operation in order to save the child's life.

2-The police "are doing" an inquiry into the murder.

3-People in Bosnia "are looking at" starvation as a consequence of the Kosovo war.

4-If the jury cannot "do" a decision the crook will plead not guilty.

5-Sergio wouldn't have "obtained" malaria if he had been vaccinated before he went to Africa.

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