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20 English collocations with the word BREAK

  Break A Habit – stop doing the habit Break A Bone / Break Your Arm – fracture a bone; injure yourself Break A Leg! – an idiomatic expression that means “Good luck!” – it is often used to wish someone good luck when they are going to perform Break A Promise – not do what you promised (the opposite […]

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Key verb – TAKE

  take sb off – copy the way sb speaks or behaves, to entertain people She’s really good at taking people off. take notice of sb – pay (no) attention to what sb says Take no notice of those troublemakers, they’re only trying to provoke you. take (time) off – have a particular amount of time away from work I asked my boss if I could take a […]

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DO or MAKE ? Common English Collocations

DO is used for actions, obligations, and repetitive tasks MAKE is used for creating or producing something, and for actions you choose to do DO generally refers to the action itself, and MAKE usually refers to the result For example: If you “make breakfast,” the result is an omelet! If you “make a suggestion”, you have created […]

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