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To collocate means ‘to set’ or ‘place together’. In English, the term collocation is frequently used in the context of Grammar and Vocabulary. Collocation is made up of two or more words that are commonly used in English. They are combinations of meaningful words which systematically occur together.



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English Grammar: Collocations Quiz

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1. 'Collocation' is made up of two or more words that _______________.

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2. Which is an example of noun + noun collocation?

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3. Which is an example of a adjective + noun collocation?

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4. Which is an example of a verb + adverb collocation?

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5. 'Absolutely right' is the example of _____________ collocation.

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6. 'Pains-taking efforts' is the example of ____________ collocation.

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7. 'Run a risk' is an example of _____________ collocation.

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8. Nowadys, which collocation is commonly used?

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9. Which of the following is not the type of collocation?

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10. Which of the following is the type of collocation?

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