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Collocations are when two words naturally go together. For example, we say “make a change” and not “do a change.” Understanding collocations is important for learning new vocabulary for many reasons:
- Improve your communication: Collocations help us communicate more naturally and fluently.
- Learning to speak and understand full sentences: We never speak singular words, and collocations help us to understand how words work in sentences.
- Sound like a native speaker: Every language has collocations but they are usually different in each language. Learning collocations helps us speak like a native speaker.
- Passing tests: Many tests normally have questions about collocations.